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1902 



Southeastern United States. as a Center 

Geographical Distribution of Flora and 
na. ^Biological "bulletin of the Marine 
logical Laboratory (V/oods Holl, Mass.) 

Ill, pp. 115-131, July, iy02. 



of 

Fau- 
Bio- 
Vol. 



Adams, Charles C. 



I Us 



•,i 



1905 The Post-glacial Dispersal of the North 

iimerican Eiota. ^Report ei^tTft 8th Inter- 
net. 
( 
PP 



at. Geographic Congress held in the U.S. 
I'jOA} pp. fe3-637, 1905; Biol. Bull. Ix. 
p. 53-71, June 1905. 



Adams, C. C. et al. 
1906 An Ecological 



Hept. St^t 
pp. 1-13 J, 







ourvey in Northern Michigan, 
of Geol. Surv. Mich. (1905) 



Leoends 



r'Rct --J 



oC tWe Dela,\>/ct.r<2 






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Agessiz, L^^'*^ 

Notice 3ur Le Geo{jrf;phio Des /.nimaux; 
Extrsit De Lc I^evue juisse, 



1845 



1845. 

12^' 1-31 



Neuchatel, 






Agassiz, Louis 

Geographical Distribution of Animals. 
The Christian Examiner and Religious 
Isny, pp, 181-204, Llarch 1850. '" 



1850 



Lliscel- 



Agassiz, Louis 



1854 



Goographioal 
don's 'Typon 
ored map). 



Distribution, 

of Mankind'. 



1354 

in Nott <k Olid 
(witl'i r; col- 










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Allen, Glover K. 



\^0C3 



1S03 A list of the Birds of New Hampshire."^ Fro 
Menchester Inst. Arts and Sciences, IT, pp. 

Includes a chapter (pp. 36-53) on the 
^aunal Areas of New Hampshire"**". 



Allen, J* A. 



1871 



On the Marnr.alE and Winter Birds of East 
Florida, . . . and a Sketch of the Bird- 
Faunae of Eastern "'orth America 

Bull. Mus. Comp. Zcol. 11, 161-450 (Part V, 

pp. 375-425 on Geographical Distribution) 
1871 



Allen, J. /;, 



1871 



On tlio Goopraphica Distribution of the Birds 
of Lptern r.orth AmcriCci, with 3i)eGi:a Reforeree 
to the ^ Number and Circumscription of the Orni- 
thologiGcJl Pauncd., 

Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., II, pp. 375-450, j^pr.: 
, Bibliography. 






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^^'^-U.^U S . 'Suc^ . 5». -Lou? . 







^>*«^^AN*-. Xc\K..^V*i.M»1^^J!jj5|S.i|7 



Allen, J, A. 



1692 



The Geographical Distribution of North iimerican 
Maimnals . 

Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist,, N.Y.. lY. pp. 
199-242, pis, y-VIII, Dec. 29, 1892. 
uith 4 colored maps of North America. 




Allen, J. A. 

The Geo(,^raphical^ Origin and Distribution of 
North /.mo rican Birds, Considered in Relation 
i^aunal Areas of North America. 

The Auk. X, pp. 97-150, pis. III-IV. April 

V/ith 2 colored Maps of North America. 



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Altciades 



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N» At^ericoL; 



Whtte, Jcurv)©s 



Ameghino 



IrJouth /merica tho source of Tertiarv 
Nat. 3ci. XI, 256-264, OctTIBlTT 



1897 

Ivlemmglia. 



Anderson, IMolph 

1907 The Birds of 
Sci., XI, pp 



M. ■ 

Iowa. 
125- 



Proc. Davenport 
417, March 1907. 



Acad 



Includes a map showing the boundary between 
Transition and Upper /lustral in lowa^and a 
discussion of the faunal areas of the iState 
(pp. 141-144) 



Asn , EdwGurd C. 



Doos>; 



H'storv/ ^ I)eve /o 



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IU7 






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Auc5pitaine, Henri 



, 1859 



La g^ogrtiphie goologique et les d^couvertes du 
lientenant America in Kaiiry. 

PiQvuo et Magfisin de ':oologie, '^'^ 3erie. Tome 

XI, pp. 402-408, 1859. 



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18^7 



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/Votes bu Co aes 
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Baikoff, D 


1843 



ihe Distribution of Plants. Pro:r. Ac, 4° 
Jaroslaviae, 1843 



Bailey, Vat>xo>v 



1905 



Innin^^^-^oi^^^oy Of Texas. ?Torth Amor. 
Fauna Ko. .^, pp. I-216, Oct. 24, 1905. 

*:/ith an oxtonded chapter. ^'Faurni and Flora 
of Texas in delation to Life ^ones and Ti- 
nor Distribution 7\reos". Colored nr of 
,. 1 ?T -o?,^". of Texas and ^, rtp of Oklahoma 
and New Mexico^ and numerous distribu- 
tion maps. 



Bailey, Vernon 



1913 



]^^lJ^^^^,^>^ Crop Zones of New Llexico. 
North ^merican Fauna No. 35, pp. 1-100, 
Sept. 5, 1913. 

With folded map, and full discussions of 
life zones 




region 



Bairci, 'Spencer F. 



1859 



N^tes on a Collection of Birds made by Mr. John 
Xanbus, at Cape St. Lucds, LovVer Calif., and now 
in the Museurr of the Smithsonian Institution 

Proc. Acad. Nat.Sci.Phila. . 299-306, 1859 

[Fauna of southern extremity of Lower CsJif. 
"aln'ost identical with that of the Oila 

River and to a certain extent with that 

of the V'io Grande." 



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4^aTV\Hii/k.....*^ Ijfcfe •,^. 3:^1- s,H7, k^ \n^. 



Barton J, 



1809 



Specimens of c Geogrephicfjl view of tho Trees 
and. ohrubs of Nortn America. 1809, 



Barton J. 



1827 



A lecture on the Geography of Plants. 12*. 
London,1827. (No regions inciiccited. ) 



Barton, Dr. ?;. Boiling 



1381 



1881 



a 



nd the 



^The Distribution of ^lant life 
Agencies contributing-- to it*S 
An address delivered before the Maryland 
Hort. 3oc. at its April Meeting, 1881. Roy 
8 vo. 8 pp. Baltimore, 1881. 






OUv t^^ 




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Beilschmied. 



1831 



Pflanzengeogr^phie m:ch A. v. Humboldt's 71 
uber die geof^raphische Verthoilun: der Ge- 
wachse. 8**: Breslau, 1831. 



"IVerke 



■Pell,rl. 



1897 



The Geographical Distribution of Forest 
Trees in Canada. Scot. Geog. Mag., XIII, 
pp. 281-296, June 18C7. 

i?ith c. lf:rge map s^o-dng "the limits of va 
rious trees in Canada." 



Bentham, Geo. 

Labis tc-rum gcnan: et species, 



1 



636 



IQnr. 



0)0 



Bcrghciu, HeWVvcW — 1838 

Skizzen einor Dc:>rstellung der gGOpr£[)hischen 
Vortheilung unci Yerbreitung dor Tnicre. 



(In dessen Lendw und volkerkunde, vl-c, 
gcrl, 1838, 



'Jtutt- 



BeiKhaue, Heinrich 



ia'5P-iR45 



Physikalischer Atlas oder Sammlung von Karten 

r?^' J'n-^s?' edition 1B45, contains map of 
ninff. ^'^^°^? 0^ ^^o^i^^. published inSepen- 
fpw^f^''"^^'' mscription-ftotha, J. Pertfiea. 
i^'Z^u '^'^' -^^'^i''^^^ accompanied article by 

Vol. II, 1848, contains several maps- 



1343-47 



B e rghci lu^ , H ev.>vx VcW 

Gmndzuge der Zoologischen Geographies 

"'in Grundriss der Geographie, Breslau, 
.illso, In den Gnmdlinien der Physik. 
beschreibun^^, jtuttgert, 1847.^ 



184: 

Erd- 



Bessey, C. S« 



1888 The Grasses and ?orage Plants of Nebraska, 
jSnn. Rept. Neb. State Bd, Agric. (1887), 



.1 




pp. 14-0-1524^1388 

v;ith af mi.y of tiuR botanical rer^ion? of Ne- 
braska, 'i o trt h e eg - t ' " " ' " ■ 





r NorthweflteiJi, and Juatui ii.- 



Bicknell, Eu^^enc P. 



1878 



evidences of the Carolinian Fauna in the 
Lower Hudson Valley. Principally from 

Observations^takena^ Riverdate, N.Y. 
Bull. !!utt. Orn. Club, 111, pp. 128-132, 

July 1878. 



f f 



Binney, knos (/.../.Gould, ed-) 



1851 



United States 



The Terrestrial /ir-Breathing llollusks of the 

IposthujTious) 1851 



Chap. 5, Vol. I, 



^ Essay on the Oeographical Distribution 
of Terrestrial Mollusks in NootkAmerica. 

(No map) 



•'•%• 



i:'innoy, 7. G. 



l^^t!> 



1363 



Kem^.rks oh a map of North America illustre- 
tive of the distribution of Land Shells, 
Proc. Bost. 3oc. Nat. Hist., IX, p. 177,o(W 

1863 • D>H^-t~j^-^-~JULai't>ji.i*^}^:\ 



Divides Nort 
EasWrn, Cent 
in^ region 
page). 



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erica\ into three 
and^^cific, 
ubi;fegil>ns. ( 




Einney, '!(. G, 



8 



\n2>- Uia 




Gatelogue of the Terrestrial Air breathing 
L'Ollusks of North /iinerica, with Notes on 
the GeographiCc-l Kenge. ^Bull. Lus. Comp. 
2ool., Ill, pp. 191-^^0. 1873. 

^ith a colored map showing distribution 
areas, ■ 

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Blatchley, '.7. S. '"^o^ 

1909 The Life Zonor, of Indiana as illustrated by 
the Distribution of Orthoptcra and Goleopt- 
era within the State. 
Proc. Indiana Acad. 3ci. for 1908, pp. 185- 

Discusses the Transition, Upper Austral and 
■' . Lower Austral Zones, giving plant and ani- 
mal lists of each. 



Blyth, Edward ___ 1871 

A Su^^ested New Division of the Earth into 
ZoolO;;-;ical Hegions (No map) 

Nature, Vol. Ill, 427-429, March 30. 1871 



Bolt 



on 



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Guvie -to Ma± 



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1 



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Lock leu, Fred 



Suutt©r'su_Eiirt 17^'i|o \%A-\^) 



BovMcn, ls£iah 



1911 



i^orest rhysiography, Physiography of the i 
y. ^. and irinciples ol Goils in relation 
to forestry. 759 pages, many figures, 
lates and a geological map of N. A., 
Vo. John '.Tiley ^ Sons, N. Y. 

Under Fhysipgraphy of the U. 3. numerous 
gjeas and minor areas are named and define 



Bray, W. I. 



\^^B 



1898 



Cn the Relation of the Flora of the Lower 
3onoran Zone in North /:merica to the Flora 
of the Arid Zones of Chili and Argentine. 
Bot. Gaz., :CvVI, pp. 121-147, Aug. 1898. 



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^visv^Atxi-f^.^oi-Tit, nft>».'^v 



Bray, :h L. \%G4 

1904 J^'orest Resources ot Texas. Bull. No. 47, 

Bur. Forestry, U.^. Dept. Agric. , pp. i-71 
pi. 1-VII, Maps I-III, 1^04. 

IVitii uruee uolored maps of distribution ol 
species and incidental discussion. 



Eray, 7/. !• 

1905 Tho Vego talon of the 
Bull. Univ. Tex., No 

No. 6, pp. 1-24, pi. 



Sotol Country in Texas 
60, Scientific Series 

I-XI, June 15, 1905. 



Discusses the change from /iustroriparian to 

'•i ^ ^ .«. — ^ %^ 



4>onoran 



n ,> / 
)^\(.- 



Hx^\^JU.V-5U>o>- ^. Hl-tti- 








Brendel , Frederic ^ 

Flora Peoriana — The Vec.etation 
of ^•iddle Illinois, 1887 

(No map) 



1887 
in the Climate 






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BrisseGu-l'irbelj C.i*' 
Botanicc.l Geography. 



1833 



London, 1833 



Brown, Robert 



1870 -2 



On the Geographical Distribution of the Coniferae 
and Gnetaceae (With colored map) 

Trans. Botanical Soc Edinburgh, X, 175-196, 

1670 

Die Geographische Verbreitun;: der Coniferen und 
unetaceen tiber die Erde 

Petemann's fUtteil^ungen, 1872. 



Call, H. Ellsworth 

1894 On the Geographic Lud Hypsometric Distribu- 
tion of North /imericfin viviparidae. M. 
Jour. 3ci,, sor, 3, AXVIII,pp. 132-141, pi. 
Yin, Aug. 1894. 

'.Vith^o mep of the eastern United States 
whowing the distribution of the species. 




QiAJfc'WflLAj^ 








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Carpenter, George H. 
Necrotic or Sonoran? 



1894 



1894^""^ ^^^i«nce,'Y, No. ^9, pp. 53-57, July 

/■.dmitting the convenience ot Wallace anrl Scl 

ter's zoogeo^aphic divisions, the reviewer 

thinks the divisions proposed to replace the 

»f;^ear.fctic' oy Dr. Merriam are more natural 

^^^^ 01 these, the Bo 

with the Pala^earctic 

gion, because the fomer has but few'distinct 



of these, ^ the Boreal ho proposes to unite 



the Great Northe 



rn i^e- 



gener 



Bouoia. ne aaopts the Sonoran as perfectly 
clisUnct, altaough some of the genera, osdb- 



perfectly 



giallv of birds, ~overLp into t 



rion 



e rjortnern 



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Carpenter, G. H. 



1395 



A New .ork on Geographical Distribution. 

Natural Science, Til, No. 45, 354-357, Nov. 
1895. 

Review of ^Cambridge Natural Science Manu 
als. A Text-Book of Zoogeography. By 
i^Yenk S. Bedderd. ... 1895; 



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G art wrio V^ITj Ccxp'toLivi <x,y\^ \n'\i Lj^hro^ao 



Hcii-trecl k\i Gl^ 



Us IVendcll 



Gary, Merritt 



1911 



A Biological Survey of 
ican ?auna No^33o Bid 

,CppTl-256 



Colorado .^North Amep 




«U4^^ 





Colored zone map of Colo.^ species inapf^, and 
zone lists. 



"Cary, Merritt 

191f Life ;'^one Investigations in wvcm 
iiinerican Fauna No. 42, ' 

iotjl ^un r ov > Oc 



Hit 

♦^North 





V/ith foldb d map of life zones in colors and 
a discussion. of. life zone j^ftreas, v/ith lists 

°£i2^^J^°l®^^^^^5-?P®^^®^o^ Plsnts, mam- 
mals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. 



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Cocke rell, T. D* A. 



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1900 



The Lower and Middle 3onor6n Zones in Ari 
zona and New Mexico. Amer. Nat., ^CCdV, 
pp. 285-293, Apr. 1900. 

On the zonal positions of the Salt Kiver 
and Mesilla valleys. 



Cockerell, T. D. il. 



{"^(^e 



1906 The Alpine Flora of Colorado. *ffAmer. Nat., 
XL, pp. 861-873, Dec. 1906. 

Extended lists of species v/ith altitudinal 
distribution. 




fK^-A^N-^^K/^'^.^S^ ^ 



up"- 




Cooper 



John G» 



1859-61 



1859 



On the T3istribution of the forests and 
Tre«s of North America, with notes 911 its 



1861 



•Ki 






The Forests end Trees of Northern ^ America, 
as connected with Climate and Agriculture. 
Rept. »f"fte Gomii%Mb»8a«ai Parents (Agri 
culture) for 1860^^bJ\^ PP. 416:;M, 




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Cooper, J, G. 



(?6?*v \^}o 



1870 



The Fauna of California and its Geographi- 
cal Distribution. Proc. Calif, /icad. #^ 
3ci. IVy (1868-1872), jjp. 61-81, Feb. 1670. 

Divides the State into eight regions. 



Cope, Edv/urd D. 



1875 



1875 



On Ge 'Kraphic.il Distribution of the 
YertebraLa of the Rs^num Nearctici>im, 
with especial reference to t;he Batrachi 
and Kept ilia. TfBuU I, U.S. National 
Museam, 1875. 



Cope , E. D. 



\^(o 



1866 



On the Heptilia and Batrachie of the Sono- 
ran province of the Nearctic Region. 
Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci., Thila., pp. 300- 
314, 1866. » Pi^ ^ 

;Vith special lists (pp. 311-313) of Species 
and genera characteristic of different 
districts. 



Cope, 



D. 



1880 On the Zoological 
No. 17. U. 3. Nat 



Position of Texas. Bull 
^lus., pp. 1-47, 1880. 



Cope, Edward D« 



\n^ 



1883 



Fotes on the Geogrephical Distribution of 
Batrachia and "Reptilia in Jestern llorth 
America, ?l"?roc. Acad. Nat, Sci, Phila,. 
pp. 10-35, 1883. 



Cope, E. "D, 



1886 



Zoolopicol Description 
In The National A tics 




stlnitod otatesL 
or the United States and 
Canada, pp, :dll, 215^218. 1886. Published by 
0. .7. Gray and oon, Philadelphia, 
Colored v\i:ij of the *Princip: 1 Zoological Di- 
visions^ . 



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Coville. F. V. 



im 



1893 



Botany of the Death Valley Expedition. 
Contr. U. 3. Nat. Herb., IV, pp. 1-363, 



Nov. 29 



1893. 



Tfir^7t^-&h^rTt4e T i3- o n -t4ie ^'Principles of Plant 
Distribution and Distribution of Plants in 
Southeastern California'^ (rf« lo-ss;). 



Cow , Owen \j' 



\^\H 



Cxu/'ide to tl^e Cou-ntu AccKLves 

of Couli-f* 1^ 



1 



(jCLlif, Htstor/coul ^ i)iLr\/€u VuOmmlssj'on 



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Dc na, James D« 

On tho quosticn v/hothor Temi.Grcture determinos 
the Distribution of Marine o^^ecier of /.nimels 

in Depth. 

Silliman's Journal, 2nd ISerieSw^ Vol. XV, pp. 

204-207, 1853. 



Daubeny, Chr-rles 



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ihy of lIl 11 ts; 
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1855 

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1835 



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Second edition, 671-677. 1844 







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1834 



1884 



« 

On some peculiarities in the Geo^r. Di 
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1.^4 




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Ilandbuch d. Pflanzeng 



1890 

eo^.raphie. Stuttgart, 1890 



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Educatio 
No. 12. 




^ith many species distribution maps 
icldedj ife zone map of the State ±4^ 
Hiieu Iwi^, and charts showing overlap 
end mixture of zonal elements, pp. 19- 



a 




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2, 



Editor Natural Scienc© 







Geographical Distribution end Temperature. 

Natural Science, 71, No. 38, ^^5-226, /.pr.1895. 
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1877 



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iww^j^^f ^°F f^unal di vis ions.. 1 . Die 
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Region der Tiefebenen. 3. Die subtropische 
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ouvra^e en reliant les articles fondamen- 
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With a colored map of life zone and timber 
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HsTvard, Y. 



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a-v^S ^''^^^ lists of plants choiracteristic of 
^various divisions of the State 



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Hirds, Kichard Brinsley 



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The "Regions of Ve;:3etation: being an analysis 
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surface of the globe, in connection with Cli- 
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London Journal of Botany, I, 312-318, 1842 



On the pennanent r 
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a^U. -^"^fcJlelu^ NUy^ ♦Ct^^^*'^^^^^^-*^, ^»^^5f^^ 




Kinds, Kicherd Brinsiey 

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1843 



1843 The I^ 



SI 



rfegionsof fe^-etation; beinf; im enaly- 
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Hoffman H, 

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Hoffman, ,H. 



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1877 



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''^ho distribution of vegetation in portions 

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Hooker, Joseph Dfttt^^ 

tVte. 

Outlines of. Distribution of Arc tic Plants 

Trans. Linn. Soc. London, XXIII, pt. 2, 
251-M8, 1861. 



1861 



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Howe. R. H. and zUlen, G. M. 

1901 The Birds of MassachusettvS 
Cambridge, Mass, 1901. 



Il0( 



Pp. 1-154. 



'f • 



with e cha^.ter (pp. 6-13) on ^*The Paunal 
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Howell, Arthur H. 



I^K 



1911 



Birds of Arkansas, ^Bull. iJ^ 39, Biological 
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chaptery,^on life zones* e±-44w 

S^e4e with folded map in colors from origi 
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Humboldt, Alexander von 



1805 



Essai sur la geoeraphie des plantes, ir'05 

One of tlv^ 30 folio^Si ^^uarto vols, of 
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Kouveau Continent, fait en 1799-1604, 
par Alexandre de Hur boldt et AiiTie Bonplanu 
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IyvJU 



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; 



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1807 



1807 



Essai §ur Iv geographic des plrntcs, sccorr. 

[ tableau DhvFi:.;uo des r6p:ions 



iagn6 d ' un _ . .. _.. _ 

juinoxialop , fcnd6'^nr dlos m'^'^ures ex6cu 
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Humboldt, Bonplsnd, and Ifiinth. 



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Hiunboldt, Alexander von 



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I^ozdey, Thomas Henry 

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1868 



Illiger, L. 



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Lcia de Distribution 
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1881 On the Geofp*. Distr. 
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the U, 
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indi/>:enous 



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The Physical Atlas — a serie? of Maps and 
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Second edition, entitled Physical Atlas 
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(Contains several slightly altered 
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Jordan, Hennann 



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'fi^VJluuuuLiJ 



Die Binnenmollusken der nordlich gemassigten 

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Nova /eta der Ksl. Leop. -Carol. Deutschen 
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New Cnq/ound'S fXccrtti 



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U.«>^.5ci,\^00. 



Keeler, Charles A. 



1890 The Geographical Distribution of Land 
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Tft4^ colored map of 4^ ^Avifaunal Lreas 
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Kenagy, j^^ayrc 

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1914 



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Besult of irrigation. 



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Kerner, Dr. Anton hitter von 

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von Kerner. Nebst ErlHnt 
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7on Prof. Dr. Anton Ritt 



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P?v''^^HHfl^ Zeitung, No. 21. Z5, pp. 3.'^6.337 



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Knight, Ora W. __ 

1S08 The Birds of Maine. ^ 



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v/ith a chapter (pp. 658-662) on "Paunal 
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Knobe^ , ^ci^^/a.^c^ 



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1902 Die Verbreitung d, Tionvelt. Gemassigte 

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IvI. 12 kol. Taf. 190 



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1859 The Coleoptera of Kansas and jl^astern New 
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.utn ^ large colored insp of tfee 'Entomolofe. 
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1854 



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Fu.iiJTrcx.cier- ocr\cl 



Aclve»^"tures l*^^4- 




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184 



Memoire eur Les Fcugeres du Mexi^ue, et Consid- 



erations t^r la Geographie I:otcini4ue de cette 
Contree. 

Nouv. Mem. /cad.Bruxelles. XV. 1842. 



^oXu^LxoUont iu.> U ^aU>(^v,Vv\^ W>vV«, JU. 'h\ex\cyu«. 



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^'artius, Dr. C 




h'i^vcn 



lB^3-50 



Ilistoria Naturalis Piamarum , 1823-1550 



[First 4 fasciculi with colored 
and maps, published under title 
e t S]. ec i e s Pijlmarurr. • , 1 824- 1 QZSj 



plates 
Genera 



^copies only,kno'/.n in this country: ] in 
library U.S.Geol. Surv. .Wash., other in 
C<irnb ridge. 



Martius, Dr. C.F.Ph. von 



1837 



Die^Floren-reiche (lrr:peria Florife) der neuen 
Celehrte /nzeigen, IV, 1045-1047, 1837. 




. \^i^ 



V 



artius, Lr. CF.Ph. v 



on 



xCcO 



Vortrage uber die flcrenreiche oder Irrrceria 
I' 1 orafe . %' Munchen^**-! 865. 

Peprinted from Jahresbericht der bayer 
Uartenbau-Gesellschaft zu Munchen. 



P<e /V\a5sen , Ernest" 



\Jou.rnal of) \^'^^ 



ir:o^ns lo^tecL (rg h\<^ro^.erit<z ^1/ bt^r 



3 



S 



fi Frcnrcht^oLh ,'rv -{r/ie Go/ci ffusK 



Cculifornlo- Historical Societu 1<=\ZJ 



A F. 



hcK\rv>our> ia "the GSfitd iTus^ 



IS-V^ 



TrahsLtttecL 



M - 

(ru MoLrouueritre Wilbur 



Gou I .f 



ornJQ- Wi^toncOLl Socieiu 11^7 



Kearns, E. A. 



1898 



Notes on the Luminals of the Oatskill Iwoun 
tains, New York, with genen- 1 remarks on 
the faum. and flora of the region. Proc 
U. 0. Kat. Mus., r:i, pp. 341-360, 1898. 



Mearns, B. A. 



Ito] 



1907 tSanmals of the Kexi can Boundary of the Unit 

-^ /llecies of'-iX„m^^2"P*'''^°^'«l°?^<' °f the 
"-^JSffu „ °^ mairanais occurrinr in thnt r-oo-i^, 

-^with a general suiranary of tfc nature I'^hfst 
try ami a list of trees. » Bull. No 56 ii ' 
Nat. Mus., Pt.I. pp. l-50iriy67. ' '^ 

fi^L?l"'?*°'"^m°" ^.H ^'M^^ /'^eas" and ^^Dif- 



A-J\ 



A m!^™ ?"^^ ^''^^^^ °i^P of mfferentiation 



iMeccnu , Lamof^cl S. 



IU3 



Origin o-P W<xshHooto\rk GeoorCLpWic No^wjes.^ 



M 



"il 



Ed. 



Lcxru of vvuK^s LTi xne 



iS^b 



Dl 



Wilkes ir^ the N.W. 



ReprLhtei -?rcYr» 



1 



Merio-wi, Lewis ^ Associ-cct: 

X.nstC'tu.'te -for- G^ov. f^eseo-rcK 



isa? 



Probl 



ems o 



ThciCaLV> A<iw\»V>\s"trcut\on 



Cope, Jldwcrd D. 

1873 Zoological Desoription.tGray's 



1873 
/it las or the! 



li!erriam, C. Hart 



lt?iz>-l?ff 




The Marnmals of the Adirondack "Region. Tram 
Linn. 3oc. N. Y. I, pp. 9-107, lS82; II. 
pp. 108-312, 1884. 

^;ith s chapter (pp. 24-26) on^^aunal Posi- 
tion*\ 



lilerriam, 



a. 



Hr.rt 



1090 



Results of b Biolonici:l jurvoy of the of.n Prfin- 
cisco Mount;. in Region end Desert of the little 
Colorcdo, /»ri2ona» 

North /liner. Fauna No. 3, pp. 1-136, maps 1-5.1 
3ept. 11, 1890. ' 

Extensive discussion cf life zones with 
charts and five colored maps. fTh^-first 
detailed- son^-TTork in -fr region bordefini? on 





Merriam, 



a. Hart 



m 



1891 Results of a Biological Reconnoissance of 
south-central Idaho. llNorth i\mer. Fauna No. 
5, pp. 1-126, July 30, 1891. 

With discussion of life zones. 



t^errien C. Hart 



1892 



The Goocrrrhic Distribution of Lifo in North 
iiine ica ^ith specie.! refc-renco to the llcranolia. 



Proc. Biol. Sec. Washington, T/n, pp. 1-64. 
ipril^ 1892 ._y^ ^^ 

Hepuuir«]Ter without map in Ann. Hept. Smith 



ths 

_, ... _^ , pp. 365-415. ^<^^7"" ' 

^S^i^'eT-map-Dt Lire ::oncsjr -ilort h / i^ ?^ 



Inst, for 1891 




llerrian, C. lk-.rt 

Notes on th^ Georrap 
tion of Trees, 3liruD 
Agave in the Deserts 
Southern California, 
western Arizona and 

North Ameri 
May 31, 189 

'Tith 



an ?a 



1893 

hie and Tertical Distribu- 
s. Cactuses, Yuccas, and 

nd Desert Ife^fift of 
outhern Nevada, North- 
Sou thv/es tern Utah, 
una No. 7, pp. H85-359, 



a 



!? p: 






Also field not 
of reptil 






ani 



llust rat ions. 

s on zonal distribui;ipn^.,o 
Bf;trachians. pp. 159-^^8 



Llerriarn, 0. Hcrt 



1894 



Lews 9f Temperoturo Control of the Geographic 
Distribution ol Torres trie 1 Animals anS Plant 

Dec! i^^ioilf- ''^^ P^- "^"^''^ P^^- 12-14; 







(<^.VUj^%, 



nil 






Merriam, C, Hart 



1898. 



Life ZonoG and Crop r^ones of tho United States. 
Bull. No. 10, Biol. Survey, U.S. Dept. Agric. 
pp. 1-73, 1098.. 

Colored map of -^ife Zones of tho United 
Statcsyr -Corrected to December 1097**^. 

tW-«riTGS7BTTa~in:timTi»ir^^ crops best 



adapted to each'^division. 



llerriam, 0. Hart 



1899 



Results 
Shasta, 
16, pp. 



IW 



of a Biological Survey of Mount 
California. *B North /.mer. Fauna No. 
1-179, Oct. H8, 1899. 



Extende^d accoufit of life.^ones. 
figur/ (p. 52) showing relations 
zones' on Shasta. 



Small 
of life 






Merriam, G. Hart 



1^00 



ISOO 



The Life ""oneG and Areas of Allegany CouH' 
ty [Maryland]. Md. Geol. 3urvey. Rept. 
on Allegany Co., pp. 291-293, 1900. 



a Cocliforniou Elk C^riv/e ' 



l^ZI 



'iiffWii ■iii m ii m iiiiiwiirtMliWiii , 



— /\n-tiik-o^ -del 



•12^ 



^^ eyerie J\ J. !», 

1836 Grundriss der Fflanzengeographie 
No msD nj-«.r>JLi — \*?5(^. 



1836 



Miller, G. 3. Jr. 



im 



s 



1897 Note 
Bost. 
April 



on the Mammals 
Soc. Nat. Hist 
1897. 



of Ontario, fr Proc. 
, Willi, pp. 1-44, 



Jith chapter on /^Life zones of Ontario/ 
{pp.4-8). 



Miller, G.S. Jr. 



/m 



1899 



Preliminary 
Ball. N. Y. 
390, 1899. 



List of N6w York Mammals. 
State Mus. No. 6, pp. 273. 



Jithji chapter on /'Life Zones, ^f-^few 



Milne Sdv/ards, Alj^honse 



1879-02 



Eecherches sur Iv Faune des ?^gions /.ustrnles. 
Ann. 3ci., Pf-.ris, (Zcol. et icd.)» ^^ine ser., 
IX, Mai 1879-80, ilrt. No. 9. 1-82, pis. 17-20, 

1 map; Ibid. XII, D^c. 1881, Art. No. 7, 1-36, 

2 inr<ps; Ibid. XIII, Avril-Llci 1882, Art. No. 4, 
1-64, 3 maps. 

Eelctes to tho laws of the geographic distrj- 
bution of animrls, but doo<^ not include DO tfes 
on mariimals. 




&rds , li. llilne 



1844 



Cons id err. t ions sur quel^iues principes rclctils 
£ la clasGification nLturelle des animfeux, et 

ilus particulierement sur la distribution metho 

ique des mammiferes. 

(Communiquees h l^Academie des Sciences, le 

5 fevrier 1844) ^r- ^r> -,'^>,>, 

Ann. 3ci. Nat. Vol. I, pp. b5-69, 1844. 



indir^, J. 



1829 



Ueber die geographische Vertheilur^ der Sauge 
thiere, 1829 "ii^wKyw 

(No map) 



Kohr, Chcrles 

1901 Plant Life of Alabama. An account of the 
distribution, modes of association, and 
adaptations of the flora of Alabama, to- 
gether v/ith a systematic catalogue of the 

Bif^^S ^f°^''^Se ^^ ^^^ state. 1tGontii)».U. S. 
Nat. Herb. Vi. pp.- 1-921, July 1901. 

Ocf?^ 1901. ^ ^^°-^* ^^^®^ °^ /Jabama, 

Cith ^"colored map. of/the floral areas of 
/.labamgr and /a stateip^nt of the zonal dis- 
tribution of each species. 



Morse, Edward I. 



The Gradual Dispersion of certain L'ollusks 
in New England • 

Bull. Essex Inst. Vol. XII, pp. 8. cut? 



-'A-^^'^-Vr'tr 






<^^'C^ 







• 


ISS7 


-•'■■■■■ .... - ....1 i;. :i»;.H.-..'lf . 

_ Ir'iplo" Carscin Vauheu - HuntLtN^on 
^-IncLio^ns, probauUU G:oseu.te,-- 

" ohosLone, 


^•77 
7'\ 


So 


— " " Ru.te 


V 



















M 



orr^on 









\S97 



I3t^ Book of Fcoc^K-Prorv^otin^SerfJ 



N\ 



uCr 



^ 






«# 



H<xrrrmcLY-» ^xpedttion 



r 



1<^0I 



duller, H« 



1903 



1903 Die Geographisohe Verbroitung des 7irt- 
schsftstiere, 1903, 




H 



l«^. (^' 



***"*(v / 



I 






Muttkowski, Richard A, 



\io? 



1908 Review of the Dragon-flies of Wisconsin. 

Bull. Wis. Nat. Hist. Soc. , VI, pp. 57-U?, 
/»pril 1908. ^v^s 




I '<icn a map or ttie lif e zoneslW-v 
^ and a statement of the zonal posi 



lO^ith 



( each species. 




Kelson, S. 7/, 



h^7 



1887Nfl_tarLlHiEtory Colloctions mode in Waska. 
^U^JcW^ /.re tic Series, U. b'. signal Ser 



Divides. Alaska 
gives lists of 

and plants. 



into fauncjl^districts and 
chafac tens tic mamma Is, hi 



Nelson, Edwcxrd W. 



l*?27 



Report. o^ N/Q,tu.ro.| Uistcru Collect lay^s 



iV) AlcusXcL n77~l\ 



Neva-dou ^/Arizona- EKplora±rohS 



w 



Dept. IS 7 1 



(orcj-l A-fe-UuLVn 







^ 



Lewis PuwblisVii'nP Co. 



Us I 



Orbigny, Alcide d» ___ 1838 

Carte zoologico-geographique ou Concordcnce com 
ofiratiijrc des z§nes d'habitation des animaux 
s^ivant leji modifications detcrminfees par la. 
latTt ucTe ou 1^ elevation sur les Ande c :olivien- 



nes dans I'Amdrioue meridionale, par Alcide 
d'Orbingy 1838. ^ ^ ^ ' ^^^^^ 
Voyage dans I'Amerique Meridionale, IV, 183y 

map. 

Eecognizes 3 life zones in couth America 
soutn of latitude 1(7. 



Sb^:t^^>..JK.^.^ (i<e. 




mt 










Y V'Vv^oi-'wvc J K ^ 



\^o'^^ 








\tb, 1*^0^. 



9^--tP-«»»^*-^- 







Woo 



M\ CUA -(^ •'^ b 




Hc-5^t, \^crt). 



ic^ 




®--^^^'^^^im->fir/^if-^?. hot. 



Osgood, ;/. IL 
1900 -Results of 



\9^ 



^Gsults ot £ Biological Keconnoissance of 
the Yukon Kiver Region. 1^ North Amer. l^'auna 
^0. 19, pp. 1^100, Oct. 6, 1900. 



E 



With e chapter on -^aunal Districts^ 



Osgood, ?/. H. 

1901 Nature.! History of the Cook 
Al£jska. ?f North Amer, Fauna 
81, Sept. 26, 1901. 



Inlet Hegion, 
No. 21, pp. bl 



/Vith a chapter on life zones. 



Osgood, ':/. II. 



hoi 



1901 



Natural History of the :^ueen Charlotte 
Island, British (Columbia. ^ North Amer 
Fauna No. 21, pp. 1-50, 3ept. 26, i^iOl 



,lith a chapter on life zones. 3 
^ ( f ig. 1 , ■■ p ^— ^l-)-^g^hewiiig-^one3 r 



mail f iffiue 



Osgoodt 






H. 



1904 A Biologicc.l Pcconnoissanco of the 
the Alaska Peninsula, North Amer 
No. 2<i, pp. 1-81, 1904. 



Base of 
Fauna 



IITf • 



'/I th ^fL chapter on life zones 
'**'Life .Tones and Distribution 
ous Trees'^. 



and X map of 
of Conifer- 



Packard, /. S.,Jr. 



1876 



Georr.etrid Moths or Phalaenid<Jfe of the United 
States 

Hayden Survey Mon'-graphs, Vol. X, 1876 

Contains cha|)ter entitled -^Phe Geogra- 
phical Distribution of the Phalaenidae 



I 



he United States*^, pp. 567-594k 



P£.ckard, A. 3. Jr. 



1878 



1878 



Notes on the /Jpino florr of Ii^t. 3htista 
4m. Nat. ill, pn, 51. Jon. 1878. 
(Gives list of 18 or I 



few lichens) 



HO Fhenogains and a 



^'^-iL.oJsA.S ^. 








5- T*-^ o^JLU^^ 1^5m). 




9 Vv-^^K^i'V%.<\ >Cc 




v^ 



£t*-lM*^H^^ 



Pockrard, A. U. Jr. 

1381 Review of 7tllace»s "Isli^nd Life'', 



1881 



Am. Nat. X7, pp. 305-310. A,.ril 1881. 
4t pages of review, with some references 
to other papers, on geogr. distr. 






\?%C> 











V. 



^UlKl 










Packard, Alpheus S. Jr. 



1883 



1883 



Colored Zoo -Geographical Map of North 
Merica, Monograph of the Phyllopod 
Lrustacea of North America. Hayden's 
12tn Ann. Kept. U.S.Cieol. ^md Geog* 
Survey of the Territories for 187 
p. 5S2-370, 1883 

^evised edition in 3rd Kept. U.S. 
fintomological Cominission, 1883. 




tH^ufv^ 











Palacky, J. 

Pfls.nzeA-^:eoeTraphische Studien. 4^ 
Prag. 1864 



1864 






lt6^ 






Pickering, Charles 



1830 



1830 



On the Geographical Distribution of Plants 
Trans, /.mer, Philos. Soc. Ill [new se- 
ries J.ii'pp, E74-284, 1830 • ( 



f^ 






nn 



Pickering, Cho^xVes 



l%rH 



1854 The Geographic Distribution of Animels and 

Plants. Z Yols. Boston, 1854. 
New Edition 1864-76, with 4 maps. 



Piper, Charles ?• 



htc 



1906 Flora of the State of TJashington. ContVv^. 
y. o. Nat. Herb., XI, pp. l-fe?, pis. I.}L. 

nith extensive discussion of life zones (pp 

• wf^l'^?^'^*^^*^^®"^?^^ i^^ tefc zonal distri- 
bution of each species,%?€olored map iti 
^P&tfftt.| of life zones. i' -r-^ 






Plumb, C. 3. 



1898 



The Geographic Distribution of Cereals in North 
America. 

"Biolordcal 3urvey, U. 3. Dept. ft^i\grl. "null. 

Ko. II, v/ith colored map of life zones by 

C. Hart Merriam. 

Showing adaptation of different varieties of 

cereals to different zones and subdivisions 

over the United States. 





'S-^.^.y^iicCuC.c.^ 



{"m 



N«^.M,fJL.i^j->tH. \^it 




\ 



^.1 



^-*-*-pv.Ps|?^>^^^<A5( 






i 





^ic>-:t3l, Uio..*Jk |^?<^, 



1 oQue , Joseoli b, 



The Ti 



u.rq,u.ois© 



'V 






S 



ciences 



1 



Ob^X vov^cx^ 



i<Ris- 



\ Mcocd 



e^ 



ri 



Pompper, Dr. Hennam 



1641 



Die Sau^thiere, Vogel und Pmvhihien noch ihren 



-..V 



e c:-_;;ra].' 



^,uniere, vogei una /^ipnir 
hischen Verorei'>ur^, 1841 



/Vx-V. 






t > re 



rojp a 1 Oct V.OYX Vv\ U'S. a Alou^k 






Porter, Thomas C. 



! 



1874 



ketch of the Bo tarn' of the United Statee. 
With colored map) 1874. 

Peprintod from Cray's New Atla? of the 
United States, fol. Phila. , 1874. 



Fourif^ , Kcscoe and Clements, Frederic S. 

1898 The Fhyt osteography of Nebraska. Pp. I-:ai, 
1-329, Lincoln, Neb. 1898. 

4 maps of physiographic features. 



Preble, E. A. 



1^0^ 



1902 



Hudsoi: 
<ic;, pp 



A Biological InvestigLtion of the 
Bay Keg ion. ^ North Amor. Fruna No 
1-134, Oct. 31, 1902. 



with a chapter on trfre.'^^Life onc?,o^— t4m 




Preble, E. /. 



1908 



^ 



1^01 



a-kackenzie Region. iHlorth Amer. Pauna 
No. ^7, pp. 1-557, Oct. 26, 1908. 

"ath a chapterAon ttw^ ^Life zones of the 



konaio 




:Me^- 



Ramsley, Francis 



1907 



Plant 
rado. 
1897. 



Zones in the Rocky !.'ountains of Colo- 
Science, \iP^f t pp« 642-643, Nov. 8, 



"Plains Zone, Foothill Zone, Montane Zone, 
lub-alpine Zone, and Alpine Zone". 







Peichenow, P.nton 

Geo-Taphical Distribution of Birds. 

iibstract of caiin.unication before 59th rneeLiA 

01 oociety of Naturalists and Physicians at 
Berlin 

T^f-eblatt der 59 Verrajfr/nl. Deut.Naturf. 
u.Aerzte zu Berlin, 18-24, Sept.l?SCL95,A 



(With a colored map) 



1886 



Reichenow, Anton 



1887 



Die Bqgrerzung 5^oq-^ecgraphischer Kegionen vom 
ornithologischen Standpunkt. 

Zoologischen Jahrbuchem, III, Abth. f. 
Syst.. 671-704. taf. JXVI , 1887 

(With map of world) 



"Rhoads, Samuel N. 



1697 



A contribution to the Hoinnialogy of Central 
rennsvlvania 

Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. , pp. 204-226. 
1897 

Annotated list of 61 species 



Rhoads, Samuel N. 



1^103 



1903 The Mammals of Pennsylvt:nis and New Jersey, 
^ft-Bi^raghic Hi-fl-tori en I i^seri pii-^M>-Aocount 
ir±±t«5traTed with plates and ^a^Ji^attftsi-Tnap . 

Pt4va4ei^-|rti^iish«4,-. Philadelphia, 1903. 
> Brief discussion of life zones and^^ipS^- 



Kichard' Uchille) & Galeotti (H"fO^ 



18'14 



Monographie des Orchidees 



rr-ex^caines, precedes 

on 




Comptes Rendus, Paris, XVIII, 497-513, 1B44 
IN<~ map) 



1G51 



"Richardson, John 
^^i^,^^^^^^- ^^^-^dition, II. ilppendix, 

[Divides northern parts of N./^ier. into 3 
Plant Zones, vehich he does not name.] 



?a chords on, John 



l^S^l 



1851 On the Geographic; 1 Distribution of Plants 
m-' the Country north of the 49th Parallel 
01 latitude. Arctic 






T 

J- 

Journal of Boat Voya 
John Pranklin, Voi. 
264-353, 1351. 



Searching Expedition; 
e in search of Sir 
I, appendix 3, pp. 



grapnic areas dependent on character of 
^ vegetation; end into 3 transcontinental 
i^zones, dependent on climate. 



f?,c-h 



Go-'' iforjoiQ^ LUir>cL<2.r S 



(^11 






M 



C-XLICO 



i ?^ 7 



P,s 




?/7 ^ 


'nest" fT^e 
teoi! Lru A/It 

-.in irks. Q 

• 

^7-cu^ S/3 CO 




oi) 


/ bu.r- 


A. 


ojd 


/X'usA 








Si 










— .... 






















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\t\%. 




T>; 



^idgway, Hobert 



\n^ 



1874 



ffof^^^T.^^.^^® ?^^^^^'l Districts of the 

noDsifnf^ffr/- ^H^^ ^-inerica; with a 3y. 
nopsis of its^vian Fauna. flProc. Eost. 3oc 
Nat. Hist.. XVI, pp. 304-332, 1874.. 



I^id^Sway, Pobert 
Ornithology of Illinois 



1889 



Published by authority of State Legislature, 
Vol. I, p. 246 (ana footnote). 1869 

(No map) 



Rives, Tr. C. 



1890 



of the Virginias. 
Soc, ^oc. VII, 



A Catalogue of the Birds 
Proc. Newport Nat. Hist, 
pp. 1-100, Oct. 1890. 

7/ith^ chapter (pp. 25-39) on ^The 
logical Position of the Virginias'/ 
colored map of ''Taunal Areas'^ 



Ormitho 
and a 



Tljb-«uL/'--A>-^vX. , ci . . 



Hos' 







I^< 



Fur HuLhtrers 

( NcLrro-tive c 

Vols. ^ 



l^SiT 



Adventures 



Wes-b. 
in O 



re 



§>n 




( No-rrcdi 



o^ "tV»e F^r- West 



l^^SS 






\r) 



Ore 90 n 



^ 



K 



OS'i 



^\ 



eKacv>o.er 



1. 



'^iirl 



luclolph, H. 

1864 Ztlas d. 
d. Srde. 



.J *-»~^\. • I- 1^ - — 



prianaengoo/^ra^jhie lib. 
^. A. Ouer-Polio. 1864 



{"^sx A 1864 
alle Telle 



cP^ 






. .- 1 



J^^ 



-f-- 



<J 



1 4> 



Eutemeyer, rrof« L 



186"^' 



1867 



Uber die Herkunft Unrerer Thier.velt.3:ini 
ZoogoogrsphiGche 3kizZGi!bB£sel & Genf H. 
Georg's Verlags buchh. , 4*^ pp. 1-57. (1 
colored map) 

Adopts Sclater's 6 'Rpgions v/ith the sddi 
tion of a Gircumpolar Region, p. 7. 






T.K 








1^00 





St. Fro-Y^cvs , TKe Ho^rbor of 



\^Z<o 



J. W. Robertson 



Sargent, Charles 3« 



1884 



1884 Report on the Forests of North .America, 
(^colored raapi f 10th Census U. 3. Vol, IX. 
1884 . 






$)e- Wx^^'^^ TULj:^"^ 




\1a 



^ 



t 



n- 



XV\ 




Sl>o-jPa-...,^ 



lAv^ 'V^^iAJJUjBUvw ^ 




H-^h*^.\m:2. 



iiiwtmi M iwti w i M wi p iiiwi ww^ 



Schrriarda, LudJ^ig K 



Colored map 




dabej[1852 



l£5::-3 



Gecgraphische Verbreitung der Thiere . 5 vy^^ 



Schmard 



ci 



1866 



Die Thiergeographie und ihre 7\ufgabe. 
Behin»s Geogr. Jehrb. I, 402. 1866 



Schmarda^ ^ 

Bericht liber die Portschritte unserer Kennt- 
nisse von der geogrcph. Verbreitung der Thiere 
Geogrcph. Jahrb. VIII,147; IX, §67. 



Schmi4ij Mou)L 



n?^ 



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Schwarz, Eugene /inandus 



1088 



The Insect Fauna of Semitropical Florida with 
special regard to the Coleoptera 

Entomologica Ar.ericana, IV, No. 9, 1868 







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[Address on bhej Geographical Distribution 
An imal s 



1876 
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Kept. ^ 45th Meet irjg Brit. Iss.Adv.Sci 
85-i;5;5, 1876 



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'\!^^a^ii^tU2? °^ Insects in New 



1 874 




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Final Rapt. Geology/ of New Ham^cshire, Vol. I. 
Chapter XII, 331-384, 1874 



Scudder, Scmiuel H, 

Th 



1088-09 



CMnnHo\v?[^^'"' Of thB Eastern United States and 
1888 inpq siecial reference to Naw V.nirlcn.^ 



ercnce to New England, 




essays on ^::eo^rai.hic«i 



^Contains _, 

distribution of Lenidoptera/ wit]^'sf:ecin 

^ni^^^^^"" ^° K^T®^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ?^ New Ena;landrr 
^olored map of New ..ngland.^ ^ ^ ^; 



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Seton, ITrncst Thompson _ 1S09 

Fauna, of Ivlanitoba (liammcls end Birds). 

A Handbook to V/inniper rn<\ tho Province of 
Manitoba (Prepared for the ?9th annual ment- 
ing oi tho British i\ssoc. !Av. Science) pp* 
id,.-r...7, l^mo, .annipeg, 1909. 
r/itri a mr.,/ showing forests and simuner iso- 

^?n^f; f?^^j;2^^^^|9ry pan-.'fjraph defines 
roughly tho /'Gan^di.'.n and Xlleghanian / 



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The Distribution of "uecies 



[Read before the 



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1886 



ricon Fisheries Society J 



Forest ^^ Stream, Vol. aT/I, pp. 304-305 
May 13, 1886. ^^ 



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1905 



Life Areas of California. *fr Trans. San Die- 
go Acad. Nat. Sci., I, pp. 1-8, 1905. V^^. 

M8^. (Also published in California Mammals) 



Stone, ^Titmer 



inn 



1894 



The Birds of ^ Eastern Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey with introductory chapters on Geo- 
graphical Distribution and Migration, 
luladelphia. ^Delaware Valley Omitholopi 
-al Club, 1894. ^^^y^^, ^ 

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1911 



The Plents of Southern New Jersey with 



I 



cial reference to the Flora of the iane 
Barrens and the Geographic Distribution 
of the species. 7? Ann. Report New Jersey 

^tate lyiuseum for 1910, Part II, pp. 21- 
28, with 129 plates. 



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Stribes, Dr. 



Ansichten der Pflenzen-Geographie 
von Humboldt im Auszurc herausp" 
Berlin, 1827. ^' 




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1908 



A PreliTTiinary Revier? of the Mammals oi 
braska. Studies Zool. Lab., Univ. r-ieb. 
89, pp. 1-88, Sept. 1908. 

Brief notes on life zones of the State. 



Ke- 
V.o. 



Thomfe. C. X 



18 







Hbir'llf^^ p^-nzen-GGogra.-hie. Li. m. 0. J 



Torell, Otto 



1861 



Uber die physic&lishe Geogrjiphie der ^'^rtischen 
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1895-7 On the Bio-Geography of Mexico, Texas, 

New Mexico and Arizona, 'Vith suecial re- 
ference to the linits of the life areas, 
and a provisional synopsis of the Bio- 

":eographic divisions of /iinerica,*?^ Trans, 
'ex. Acad. 3ci., I, pp. 71-96, 'a1895; II, 
pp. 33-86 ,;i 1897. 




ovMnsend ^ C/^a,r/es W/c^o'e / i 



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Co^ptcx/n Co-rtuinoKt ccncL li)^ La!orQ_Aar 
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l!(?5 



1903 



On the Geographic Distribution and Ecologi- 
cal Belntions of the Bog Plant Societies of 
Northern North America. Bot. Gaz., xxxvi, 
pp. 401-420, figs. 1-3, Dec. 1903. 

V/ith maps of Morth /.merica showing the "dis 
tribution.of bog plnnts", the "hypothetical 




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1912 The Paunal divisions of Eastern North /.meri 
ca in relation to vegetation. 
Journ. Acad. Nat. 3ci. Phila.H*,Vol. X7^ 
-..ft.*-' Series, pp. 207-218. Sept. 7, 1912. 



Trouessart, Dr. 






I. 



1878 



M^moiro sur 
Chiroptcres 
f^rec Torres 

Ann. 3ci. 

ser. , Til 

Gonclud 

directi 
the zoo 



Ic Distribution G^ographique des 
compar^e I colle des autres Mammi- 
tres. 
N at. ^ Parie (Zool. et Pa l. ) 6 e rne 

es ttiat the Chiroptera pass m ever;, 
on beyond the ordinary limits of 
logical region to Which they belong. 






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1393 



Distribution of Forest Trees in Northwest 
Ifenitobu. llap 10, Annucd Kept. Geol. 3ur 
vey, Canada, f (for 1890-91) 1893. 



Ijrrell, J. B, 

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Yerrill, Ad^son EVw©tM 

1863 Catalogue of the Birds 
ford Co., Liaine. ^^Troc 
pp. 136-160, May 1863. 



1363-6 

found at Norwav, Ox 
Essex Inst. , 111, 



1866 



Geographic Distribution cf North American 
Birds v/ith reference to the physical causes 
that determine their limits m latitude. 
Proc. Bost. 3oc. Nat. Hist., X, pp. 259-^6c 
1866. 



Terrill. A. E. 



1366 



An Account of some investi 
Geographical Distribution 
Birds, made with reference 
causes that detcmine thei 
tude. Proc. Bost. 3oc. Na 
259-262, 1866. 

Agreement of Canadi^.n and 
limit with lines of mean t 
April, iv^ay, and June aro s 



g&tions upon the 
of North American 

to the physical 
r limits in lati- 

t. Hist, , X, pp. 

Alleghenian Zone 
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'Dio geographische ver"broitung der Sau; 
Abn. 5aiereschen Akod. 7iss, lY, Ab 
146; Abth. 2, 1-108; Abth 3, 3-114. 

1844-46. 



1344-46 

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h. 1, 

9 Karte 



Wagner, /vJLtee<A 



1G44-46 



pie Oeographische Verbreitung der SS.ugthiere 
U'ith colored map) 

/bh. Math-Physik.Classe, Akad, Wiss, Murichen 
IV, ie/44-1846 

Pt. I, 3-146, 1644 

Ft. II, 37-108, 1845 

Pt. Ill, 3-114, with map, 1846 



WouUo , F-vjtllerton 



I'^iS 



Pow»o the N\cL,cKen2.\e -fcJiroaoK "^Ke Greojt 



TIallace, Alfred Pussell 



1876 



1876 The Geographical Distribution of Animals 
2 volumes/ London, 1876^ 






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1894 ;7hat £ro Zoological Regions? 

ALU', pp. 610-613, Apr. 26. 1894. 



No tura , 



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Th 



1894 



Palaearctic end Ne£.r|ctic -egion- compered 
as regards t:ic Families and Genera of their 



ilifimmalia and Birds. 

Natural Science, lY, Mo, 28 



June, 18 



Uives 



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arctic^ PeHons ,aufit sail tho 
and concludes the t th 



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'<7aterhouse, G. H. 

Distribution of Rodentia. 

Free. Zool. Sec. ^^[gpT 172-174, 



183 



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Woorcien, P. B. 



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1881-82 On the Geogr. Distrib. of certain fresh 

vaster llollusks of N. /merica, end the 
probable cause of their vrriation. 
Journal Oincinnati 3oc. Nat. Hist. Jan- 
uary 1881. 8 70. 8 pp. 
Reviewed in /^m. Nat.-^AVI, pp. 231-232, 
March 1882. ^^ 



^Tolcott, K. H. 



:a 



1906 Biological Conditions in Nebraska. ^ Six- 
teenth Annual /address before the Nebraska 
/.cad. Sci. Feb. 2, 1906. "[Reprint from Pub 
Nebr. Acad. Sci. Vol YIII, pp. 1-34, 
1 map. 

General discussion of distribution areas 

and plaa for organization of a Biological 
Survey. 



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/. Manual of Mollusca, 3 Pts. 

Pt. 3 (1856) contains chapter 
distribution, with map. 



1856 



on geographical 



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Grasses and Grass-like Plants of New MexiG0,| 
Bull. No. 81, New Uex. Agric. Exp. bta. 
pp. 1-1?6. 'v.-*^*^ u^Xju-*^ . 
A well combined papular and scientific ac- 
count of the principal grazing plants of 



the state, with 3 maps and numerous illus- 
trations. A relief map of Nev/ Mexico, a 
map showing the principal Grass societies, 
anS a m^L of Life Zones. A brief but clear| 
discussion ol life zones, to which most of 
the grasses arc found to conform in distri- 
bution. 



Yarrow, H. C. 



1875 



Ijotes upon asographical Distribution and 
Variation, with re.---ard to the zoolc^y of the 
western United States as relates more par- 
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?nS^' 2^°^' r*^^ ^'^^^* ^^Pl- ^^^ Surv. W of 
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servic^ in tranlating from the Germanic and Romanic lan- 
guages. Will also see to translations from and into those less 

common. Terms reasonable— from French and German 2s cts. 
i I - 

per ipo words typewritten. Civil Service experience and best 

references. 



I 



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Fr. L. J. Boettcher, 

1211 6. Street Mortbeast. 

Washington, D. C. 



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Hiidson*B Bay: Or Every day life in the 



Wilds of North Ameriaa, during six 



• -y 



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Huitton Bay Ca. Bouton 1859 

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Musgogulges Chactaws, also account of the Natural Productions and the 
Mabits of the Indians. Embellished with copper-plates. The 2nd ed. in 
i'w !?• O'd rebacked calf, 520 pp. + Index, 7 plates and a map. Each 
plate has the library stamp of "Surry Institution, 1808," upon it, otherwise 
a hne copy. London, 1794. j7 50 









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L pilgrimage in America leadiiig 
discovery of the sources of the 
Miaoiboip^I cuici Bloody River, with a 
deccriptiuii gX lli,. .vliole course of the 

former and of the Ohiu. Z .olii. 

London 1828 



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American Big-Garae Hunting. 



1901 
N.Y. 1901 



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Tracks & Tracking. 



__ 1912 
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Bum Murdoch , 1_.G . (F . R .G . S . ) 



1917 



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1913 



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Chicago, revised ed.,1913 



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Natural History of Western Wild Animals. 

Guide for Hunters, Trappers & Sportsrno-. Illus. 

12>no» Toledo, 1875. 

Chap. VI A Tra:np to Calif, in 1852. 



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The 



>immaiwiwpp«iiiiHu,ri«wH». 



David H. 

Lost Trappers. 
A part of Lewis 



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■ 1868 

Cincinnati 18;:8; 
Clark •s party. '^^^: 






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adventures during a residence of 6 
years on western side of Rocky Mts. 

2 vols. London 1832 



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The Romance of the Ilewfoiindland Caribou, 

Illus.4to, Phila. 1913 



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Fearon H^i^^^^^"^"^^'^ ^ TRAVEL 



1818 



Narrative of a journey of 500® miles 
through' the eastern and western state 
of America to ascertain what part of 
U.S. would be suitable for EnglisMi 

— emigration. London 1818 



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A Hunter's Adventures in the Great West 

London, 1871 



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EXPLOnATlOX k TRAVEL 
Ramon, Daniel W. 

_ A Journal af Voyage b rtnd Travels 



1820 
iEt the 

interior of N. America, including a 

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mnners; principal animals; an 

_ account of Indians living east and 
those west of Rocky Mts. Andover 182( 



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1871 



Huntmc^Sjccrts m the West, comprisins 
Adventures of the most celebrated hunters am 
Tfappersv (Ross Cox, Ichabod Merritt. David 



Crockett, etc. 



Phila. ifel, 



Not in L. C. 



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He riot, Greo. 



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o38. Heriot, Geo. Travels through 
the Canadas, containing a description 
of the picturesque scenery on some of 
the rivers a;id lakes; v^ith an account 
of the productions, commerce, and in- 
habitants of those provinces. Phila 
48Li Orig. printed bds., 7^x4^, 282 
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1905 



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Himting in the Upper Yukon, 



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Wild Grame in Zambeaia 



191 



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In Beaver World 



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Rambles after Sport. 



1874 
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Palliser (John). Solitary Rambles and Adventures of a 
Hunter in the Prairies. Low., 1853. 12mo, do., pp. 326, illus. 

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1865 



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Boston. 1865 



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African Game Trails 



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1906 



With Flashlight and Rifle; photographing 
by flashlight at ni^t the wild animal world of 
equatorial Africa. Trans, frcm German by Henr^i 
Zick. 8vo, N.Y. 1906. 



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Hunting 



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Stalks in the Himalaya 



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Le' ters on an Elk Hunt 



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N. Y. 1880 



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Watson, Henry C. 

Thrilling Adventures 
World and the New. 



1865 
of Hunters in the- Old 

Boston, 1865 



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'Tallace, Harold Prank 



fs/i n I'-^'i 



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1913 



Big Game of Central and Western China 

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New York, 1913 



C. Hart* Merrlam 

HARRIMAN FUND 



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According to Abella's IIS Diary (1811) original 

name of Point San Pedro, San Francisco Bay; on 
the opposite point (San Pablo) lived the 

Huchones (Huchunes). —Bancroft: Hist. Calif. 
11,321, 1885. 



Abbey's Ferry 



Hutchings Calif .Hag. , 111,492,1859. 






c 



fSite of present city of Venturau 
Absunta Ventura Co., Calif, 

spelling in Spanish text of COstanso^s Diary 
of the Portola Expd.1769, for Indian Rancheria 
on site of present city of Ventura. Costanso 
also uses spelling A -sump ta in same paragraph.— 
Costa^nso, Diary Portola Expd. , Pubs .Acad, 
Pacific Coast Hist. ,yol.2,no.4, 194, 1911. 



See Asumpta 



at own 



Butte County, Calif, 



Mining ceunp on Feather River opposite Longs 
Bar which was 2 miles above site of present 
Oroville.— Oilbert, Wells & ChaniberB, History 
of Butte County, p, 233, 1882. 



Ad in 



Small settlement in upper (eastern) end 
of Big Valley. Kajned for Adin McDonald, a pio- 
neer.- Stephen Powers, Overland Monthly, vol. 
13, 349, Oct., 1874. 



Adobe House 



Glenn Co. 



Calif 



A i«rell-known landmark at the time of the 
early sjstt lament of Sacramento Valley, 



located three-quarters of a mile 
norths of _the present city of Or land. 



Agate Creek 

Creek in the mountains near W entrance 

to V/iliiamson*8 Pass.—Biake.W.P. , in PacRr. 
Kep.J^jpt.II,67,1857. 



kgaa Buena oan Benito Co. Calif. 

UO n^j^^ "D^ ^J! rr /* T r\i r> Agua Buena; Spring, 3/ mile south 

. O.GeOg. Board ,ilar. 6, 1912 Wa RUa Peak, olabU, Range. San 

Benito County, California. 



Agua Calient e 



CAgua Caliente] 



Gribbes, ...ap of California, 1852 
Hot springs in ^.^arner Vail 



ev 



i^an 



Diego County 



^'T 



'.'illininson,R.S,, map, in E!x.!Joc.l29,3 

Cong.,l3t.Sess.,XVIII(pt.4),1355. 

illi8inson,R.S. , in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt.I 

34.i853. 









1857 



Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt. II, 106 



OVET? 






1) 



>ot. 






I II. M IO/-A ' 



r*t, i^i-o. 



Agua Calienid 



Calif. 



See Oalistoga 
Warner valfey 



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mn f 



3 



1p Toran.'-.o 



Pirco Vi of Uoh-'Vc, River, about GO miles 

MIJE of Snn Bornaruino.l.:t..-V/illian'iSon,R.r).. man 
33d. Cone., l^t.Sesr..,XVIII(pt.^1), 1855. 

V/iliiaxison,R.S., in Pac.Rr.Rep. J,pt..I,34, 
1853 (Agua ae Tomaso or Agua de Tio Mes) . 



Agua de TomasO 



Calif. 



Spri]-:^; on 'Spanish Trail', eastern Mohave 

Desert. — Fremont : Exp l.Expd. to Oregon & 
(1844), 261.262.1845. 



Afma. Escondida 



Call 



i 



Place r 8 ached by Anza Exr.d. in 1776 about 

14 leagues FrlW fi*om Los Anreles River, — pedro 

Font :Diar\r, Anza Expd. 1775-1776 rPubs.Acad.Pacif 
Coast Hist.Vol.3,No.l,p,o3,March 1913. 



Aguage del Padre Gomez (or San Pantafe^on f * ' ^^'^ 
Kame given by Portola Expd. . in 1769 to small 
watering-place on extensive plain^X leagues ' 
im of San Juan Capis^trahO;^ Discovered by Padre 
Gomez. -• Costanso, Diary Portola Expd., Pubs. 
Acad. Pacific Coast Hist ., vol. 1^., no, 4, 175, 1911. 
The soldiers called this site Los Oji tos del 
Padre Gomez, but I named it San Pant ale on . — 
Crespi, Diary Portola Expd, , in Palou's Noticia 
de la Nueva California, 2, 117, Mexico, 1874. 



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.Agua Hadibnda San Diego Oo., Oalif. 

Stream flov/ing westerly to a lagoon on 
the coast just south of Oarlsbad (about 4 mile 
SS of Oceanside) San Diego Oounoy. Ment-ioned 
by Anza in 1776 as about 13 leagues M of the 
Presidio of San Diego.— Pedro Font: Diary 

Anza Exped. 1775.1776:Pu>s. Acad.Pacif.'^oast 
Hist. Vol.3, No. 1, p. 51, March 1913. 



SjjLOilu> ned'iond^ Creels 



"Agua Hue 



t» 



[New River] 



Calif. 



River in Colorado Desert, flowing northward 
from the Mexican border to Salton Sea. mentioned 
by U.S. Surveyor A.B. Gray in letter dated Nov. 
7, 1849^ -W-^r^^-CnTnmr. Jno, B. -laller.— A.B. 

Gray, Senate Ex. Doc. 34, 31st Cong. 1st Sess. , 
pp.'^45, 46, 1850. 



Punta del Agua 



V»'hippie,A.W., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,III,Art.II, 



125,1856 . 



Agua Sola 



riacG on Colorado Desert '"or i:^ of Yui..a 
ilkes Exped. l^aiTative, v^ j^ap (dated 



1641) facing p. 150, 184 



) 



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A Oil sTi 



Vi. 5 



TcL^ 



Tie Mof 






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Aliwalme 

Original Indian name of Yosemitc ■'alley* 
L. H. Bunnell, IIutchinpT. Calif .I.lag. ,111, 
503,1859. 



Ahwahnoe 



liladera Go 



Calif. 



See Wassamma 



Aido Spririg 

U.S .Geog. Boaitl,Apr 



7,1909 



Od. Calif. 

Aido; spring, north half of Section 35, 
Township 25 South, Range 17 East, 
Kern county, California. 



Aiguade [now probably Simpton Point] 

De Mofras, Carte de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 
ifornies, &c. (map no. 16) 1844. 

Point on E side of An^-el Island. 



Alaineda 



[Alameda] 



' Incorporated as a tovm A'oril 19, 1B54, 

18M,209,lBr)4. 



''tatutes of California 



Alacieda 



Calif 



Name on map of San Joaquin Valley, 1806-10, a 
little above San Jose Mission, nefir southern 
extremity of San Francisco Bay. -Bancroft, 
Hist. Calif. 11.51,1885. 



Alrjneda County 

'■Rstabli shed March 25, 1853, and defined. 
Original county seat, lien Haven. 

* Statutes of California, 1^53,56-59,1855. 

* Seat of justice, Alvarado. — Ibid, 58. 



Alameda Creek 

Creek emptying into SE extremity San 
Francisco Bay. 

Statutes of California, 3.850, 60, 1G50 
aibbe^^Lap of California, 1052. 



Alamo 



SW of 



[ Al amo ] 

'Stat, of Calif., 1854, 222, 1854. 

Tlaco at E side of San Rainon Valley, 
:ount DiabloC%-(^ 4 ^M^^Av^di^ ^i^^xjuOj 



Alamo Mocho 



Well and cainping place in Colorado Des- 
ert.— Blake, W.P, , in Pac.Rr.Rep.J,pt.II,lll, 
1857. 



JLLaBio Rancho 



Calif. 



On Colorado Desert., 42 miles from Tuma 
via Los Algodones and CooW Wells.— 

Prairie Traveler, 292, N.Y.1859. 




Alamo mocho.- Pacif.R.R.Repts. Gen.Map of Eipl. 

& Surv. Calif. 1853 



/ 



AlcUiCs 
Ranch o 



Calif, 
in Santa Barbara district. So. Calif, in 



1839. -Bancroft, Hist. Calif. 111,655,1885. 



Alaiao Solo 



Y/ell in Colorado Desert. 
e(,^iKX'^oW.VcK;jj^ory, Llilitary Reconn. Ft. Leaven- 
worth to San Diego in 1846-47, 611,1048. 



Alamo Solo Spring Kei*n Co. - 
Alamo Solo Sprirg, near center of 

Township 25 S, Range 18 E, Kern Co,, 
U.S.aeog. Board, Apr. 7, 1909. 



Calif- 
Section 2 
Calif. 



Alamo Vflllfiy (Contra Costa County) Calif. 

Alamo VflUfiy: Valley in present Contra Costa 
County, tributary to Amador Valley. Named from 
some slmo. or cottonwood trees.— J. 3. Hittell. 
Hutchingsl Calif. Mag.. Vol. 5, No. 4. p. 166, 
v/ct« loou. 



Calif. 
Albion Hiver S Big River W coast IJendocino Co. 

native Indian name Kah-ba-to->lah; signifies 
crooked river. 

History of llendocino Co. 1G7-168, San Fran- 
cisco 1080 Alley, Bowen ^ Go. Pubrs. 



Albion River 

River in laendocino County flowing;- into 
the Pacific from the E a little S of Lenclocino 

Bay . 

Folit.Code of California, San Francisco, 
p. 462, 1897. 



Alcalde Creek Fresno Co. 
See Waltham Creek 



Calif. 



Alcalde Hills 

Alcaide Hill^; foothills, east side of 
Diablo Range, between Los Gatos U 
and Waltham creeks, west and north- 
west of Coalinga, California. 



Fraano Co. 



Calif 



S.Geog.Board, May 15,1908 



Alca trasses Id. 



3^6 Alcatra'z' . card 2 



_ ^Alcatraz Id. cent, 

Alca traces - Williamson, ^. S. , Map, in Ex. Doc. 
129, 33d Cong, ,1st 3ess. ,XVIIl(pt.4) 1855 . 

Alcatraz Id. - Blake. W.P« >in Pac.RX.Rep^.V, 

pt.II,inap facing p. 145, 1857 . 
Alcatrazes Island- Bl^e, W.P., in Pac.RI^.He 

V, pt.II, 146, 1857 . 
Alcatros -Barnes; Prom Atlantic to Pacific, 
Overland, 99, 1866 . Alcostra fortifica- 
tion - ibid. 104. 






Alcatraz Id. 



Calif. 






Island in San Francisco Bay, opposite Gold- 
en Gate and about midway between San Pran Cis- 
co and Angel Island. 

Alcatrasses Id . 4Beechey. Voyage of Blossom, 
[1826] 11,2,1831. (Pt.note)[80ed.Lond.J 
Ibid. 1,345,391; 11,652, 1831 . 

Alcatraces -De Mofras, Carte de 1» Oregon, 
des t;alifornies,&c. ,Map 16. 1844 . ( Les Al- 
catraces. J 

Alcatraces- Kept.Gen.P.P.blnith in Sen. Doc. 
47, Jist Cong. 1st Dess.y^,ijyDO 



o . 



Algadonnes 

Kaiiie on "' side Colorado River 5 or 6 
miles S of the United States-Ilexican boundary, 
on map by Lt. Geo. II. Derby, U. S. Topographl 
ical Engineers, Dec. 1850. 

The name Alr^odonnes wan placed on this 
map by iiajor Heinzelman, v/hose reTDort ree. 
Wiliiamson,R.S. , in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt.I, 

40,1853,(Al£odon^. 

Indian village near the Colorado R.— Blake 
W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt. II, Hi, 1857. ^^^^^ 






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p-'tl 



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<t.iA>. 




Alert Bank 

U.S.Geog. Board, Oct 



— Oalif, 

7 1 QC\Pi ^^^^^* bank, in latitude 36° 20' North, 
f ^X«.UO longitude 122° 07' West, about ten 

and a half miles west of Point Sur, 

California. 



Alisal 



Calif. 



Name on map of Monterey district 1830, about 
midway between missions San Juan Bautista & 
Soledad. -Bancroft, Hist. Calif ,11, 145, 617, 1885 

Rancho in Monterey district, in Canada de Nati- 
vidad, in 1828. - Ibid 616 ftnote. Named as 
rancho in 1801-10^ Ibid 11,176; in 1830. Ibid 

615; in 1834 & 1839, Ibid 111,675,676,1885. 

[May have been applied to 2 different tracts. - 
Barx;roft,Hist. Calif. 11,616 ftnote]. 



Rancho Alisal Calif. 

« 

Ra,nch 26 miles from Monterey, owned by 
Gov. Alvarado in 1642. -- Wm. Hea^h Davis, 

Sixty Years in Calif., 1631-69, 156, San 

Francisco, 1669. 



Alisal =Pleasanton, Calif. 

--Article from Themis, a Sacramento 
in Mem'l and Biog'l Hist. of North* n 
1691. (Lewis Pub^p: Co.; 



(?) weekly. 



Rrncheria liYJ of San Juan Cr^iB''...rano. 

Kmory, liilii.ary jleconn. Ft. Lor vnnworth 
to ^-n Diego in 1846-47, 110,1848. 



Pujita de Al-ieias 



iiiiMmipuiMi«M«ii#Mi*u 



Calif. 



Point of land on southern side of ^an 
Francisco Bay. —Pedro Font :Diar.r, '-^za Exr.d. 
1775-1776:Pubs,Acad.Pacif.f:!cast Hist.Yol.3,No.l.. 
p. 67 ,^Tarch 1913. 



Pointe des Almeras v V^^-^MXX^ V^AAitl l^o cWl- 



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ALOHA f Hawaiian, farewell) i^-^ei^ 



V 




lut 



"This is the name of i. country home 
built hy U. S. Grant, Jr., about 1693. 
Also the station of the National City 
and Otay R. R. on the property was gi^en 
the same name". 

Mr. R. C. Allen, Bonita 4/14/24. 

It is located at the head of the 
Sweetwater Valley. 



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PLACE OR THING NAMED 



AT. OH A 



COUNTY 



O 



SAN DIEGO 



For what person, place, thlng'or eve7n^;;^^FthTs~^ce naTri^dy " 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first applied 



If the name first appeared on a 



map or In a book give the author, title and dafe 



Are there any other explanations of tl^e sou 



rce of this name? 



Name and address of person supplying this Information" 

Data from San Diego Oountv^ Library 



e 



CALIFORNIA STATE 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Information on sources oTCalifornla Place Names 



Alpine County 

County seat Silver I/ountain. 

"Statutes of California, 1864, 178, 1864; 
1866,144,1866; 1870,20,1870;' 



Alvarado 



• ry 



De Llofras, Carte de 1* Oregon, des Cal- 
iiornies, kc, 1844. Chart No. 14. 

Place (probably ranch) E of Uonterey 
Bay, a little W of Rio de Monterey [now Salinas 
River] . 



Al va,rado 



*Seat of justice of Alameda County, 1053. 
t. of Calif., 1853,58,1855. 

•Ibid, 1054, 223, 1854. 






AlvGar 



Ranchcria. ■' of "'in Dio/^o. 



■pniory, Military Reconn. Ft. Leavnnv/orth 
to [;a.n Dicfjo in 1846-47, 116, 1648. 



Ax V 6 S 



v/ flJl X 1 



Town at head of San Francisco Bay on 
Guadalupe River. 

Surveyed, and laid out into lot 8 in 1848 
or 1849, and contracts rr-ade for iimadiate 
erection of warehouses and dwellings: bridge 
being built across Guadalupe connec-^ ing its 
two sections.' — Buffuro. E. Gould, Six Months] 
m the Gold Mines, 157, 1850. 



Alviso 

_ / 

Town and landing at SE end of San Fran- 
cisco Bay. Incor9orated as a tov.-n, Llarch 26 
1852. 

Statutes of California, 1852, 222, 1852. 



Alviso 



[Alviso] 



Statutes of California, 1850, 100, 1850. 

ToY/n on E shore of Guadalupe River, at 
head of navi^jation on Guadalupe and Alviso 
Sloxirjaz (at ed^,e of tulc marsh) at S end San 
Francisco Bay. 

llaiiied for Senor Alviso, 
„,Gil)bcCs^liap of California, 1852. 



Amador Valley t^KUv^4L(k^«r\ ' iCArnador Valley] 

Valley in Alarneda County M\n 4 TUascLVL-totL 






•Statutes of California, . 1853, 56,1853. 
Blake, W, P., in Pac.Rr.Rep./V,pt.II,14i 
1857(Ainidor's Valley). 



Arr.aflor Valley (Alameda County) __ Calif. 

Amfldor Valley! Valley somewhat triangular in 
shape, about 8 miles in diameter, in northern 
part of Alameda County, between Berkeley Hills 
and I^it. Diablo, formerly called Valley of San 
Jos^ because used by the Mission of San Jos^ 
for pasturage of its cattle. Named from Don 
Jose Amador, the first white settler, who came 
to the valley before 1835, and was at one time 
Administrador of the Mission of San Jose. — 
J.S. Hittell, Hutchings' Calif • Mag., Vol. 5, 
No. 4, p. 162, Oct. 1860. 

[Note: Eastern part now called Livermore Valle; 



Amador [on Suisun Bay] 

■■ -"""■r i -i-'ii iiiiii i iiiii i H i K i pa i m iiiiii h hwhiiwiiiiii uh iii i. ....ri«i.M„„„ 

De Mofras, Carte de 1 'Oregon, les Cal- 

ifomies, £<€,, 1844. 

Place shov/n on SE shore Suisun Bay near 

mouth of San Joaquin River. Appears to be 
where defunct town of Kev; York v/as after- 
ward located, near present Black Di^jmond, or 

possibly Cornwall. 



IIWn(l|l|l»imiil«l||«llK,,ii|r»ll«|^H..»!(r'. :^rn,m 



ioador 



Calaveras Co. .Calif. 



Small mining camp 1 mile from village of 
Sutter Creek on Sutter Creek in northern 
part of Calaveras County,— Sac mrr.ento 
Daily Democratic State Journal, Dec. 2, lot)6, 



V 



i\madore 



[Amador] 



Place on Aiiiador Crcok, M of Jackson 
[Amador County],- --Stat, of Calif . ,1854,222,1^54 



Amadnr County 



Privilege granted Cal 



a V eras Countv of 



division into Amador and Colaverar. Counti 
and boundaries of proTDo 



o 



I 



defined, May, 11, 1854 



ed new county of Amador 



Statutes of Californ 
Established A-nril 



ia, 1854,45: 1854 



County seat, Jackson ta! Part of 



\*i 







and defined 
Dorado county 



attached to Amador County, April 16, 1855r-"3.Vvlwi 



BfetT~ of Co,lif .^ 4.ef;t^^Tt^7i^>-^7ifu^ 



Amargosa Desert Inyo Co. 
See Death Valley 



I 



; 



Calif 



Ainargosa River . 
- Fremont : Expl 

264, 1845, 



^jSiX mk, X« 



Expd.to Oregon & Calif. (1844) , 



Mar^oza River. — Roiot.of Torrey:Ibid,313. 



America;!! Fork 



[Arnoriccn River] 



Big river flo^^'ir\^ into SacraLicnto from tl 




1 



Statutes of California, r50, lOl, 1C50. 
Gunnison, J. ''^.& Beckvrith,E.G. ,rnap(dated 

IB63/4), in Ex. Doc .129, :33d. Cone. ,l3t.Ses3. , XVIII 
fr)t.4) ,1855(A:anrican River) . 

Named in 1826 by party of hunters & trap- 
pers under JedediaJi S. Smith. — J.J .lamer. 



Reminiscences of Batly California, .MST, 

Bancroft Library, 22, No date. 



AniGricanos, Rio de los [American River] 

Kelly, Excursion to Calif ., London, II, 

T). 208, 1851. 

GibLe'!^^ Uat) of California, 1652. 



American Valley 



C Ainer i can Val 1 ey ] 



alley in Plurnas County^-^t^S^AA-oC^ ^dxjuJL. 

__ ' Hutchimi:s Cal i f . Lla^-. , I , b?9 , June , 1857. 

^"'Statutes of California, 1853,313,1853. 



Amesti 

De Lofras, Carte de l•Ore^on, des Cal- 

Place^on Ivlonterey Tay, L! of Pajaro River. 



Midor's Valley 



[Amador Valley] 



Elake,Y/.P., in Pac. Rr. Rep. ,V,pt. II, 141,1857. 



Enne 08,T)a.h I si a nd s 



[ All c tip a. I s 1 an d s ] 



3 islands near Foint Conversion, E 
end of Santa Barba.ra Channel . 

Vancouver, Voyage of Discovery, 1790-95, 
Lend., II, 458^1798, h Atlas (Enecapah Islajids). 



Anacapa Island 



<:ia.\lj 



Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt.II, 
3,1857. 



. Encapa ou San Tomas, 

De Llofras, Carte 
ifornies, See, 1844. 



I. [An^apa Island] 
de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 



I Gland 



*^ 



O C.v iiO Co 



in Santa Barbara 
Cruz Island. 



Channel, E of 



Gibbes^Map of California, lfi52.(Encapa Id. 
















MoW-W 




Anderson Valley SE Ukiah Mendocino Go 
Native Indian name Taa-to-tah. 



CJalif 



San 



History of Mendooino Co. 167-168, 
Cisco 1880 Alley, Bovven 8c Co. ?ubrs. 



^'ran- 



Angol Island 

Beechey, Voyage of Blossom, 11,653,654, 

1831 . 

^sland in Tan Francisco Bay off S end 
Tlburon Peninsula. 

Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt.II,141, 
1857. 



Aiigeles, I. do los 



[Angel Island] 



Qibbd^s Lap of California, 1852. 



^f • 






"ill ia..3on , P . S . , mnr^ , i n T^x . Bo c. 1 ::9 , 
.Con-. ,ls+ .Sess., AVIII(pt.4) ,1651;. 



Calif 



Isla de lo8 Angeles [?Angel Island] 

Island in San Francisco Bay off S end of 
Tiburon Peninsula. 

Ayala: First Survey k Map of the Bay of 
San Francisco, 1775. ^ 

First island on entering port of San 
Francisco is called Is la del A ngel or de los 

Angele£. — Pedro Font, Diar}^ Anza Expd. , 1775 
76, Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 3, 
no.l. p. 69, 1913. 




igeles, I. 



C Angel Island] 



Cal- 



ena 



• De L'ofras, Carte de l*Oregon, des 
ifomics, he. (map no. 16), 1844. 

• Island in San Francisco Bay off S 
Tiburon Peninsula. 

•Statutes of California, 1854,121,1854 
(Island of Log /ingelos) . 



0- 

Rio de los A^igeles [=Muddy R ?] Nevada 

"Branch of Rio Virgen". —Fremont :Expl.Erpd. 
to Oregon h Calif. (1844), 266, 1845, 



An^ ' 



£Aiir.^ilJt.,^T.(^"\ 



Oq^JL J. X • 






H.W.Baxley:What I saw on ¥. Coast of S.& N. Amelia 
408, 1865 • 



Isla del Angel, or de los Angeles.— Diary of 
Pedro Fcnt,An2a Expsd. 1775-1776: Pubs. 

Acad. Pacif. Coast Hist., Vol. 5, No.1,69, 
March, 1913. 



lie de los Angeles 



^KwQ^llH. 



// 



La Ptcou^e . Voyo^t , AtU p\.33,l1^1 



Angel 



San Mateo Co., Calif 



Name given by Crespi, Portola Eacpd. 1769, 
to camp on coast 2-1/2 leagues S of Point San 
Pedro (early known as Punta de Almejas). He 
says the soldiers called the place La Pu nta 
^J^P Almejas. -- Crespi, Diary Portola E^. . 
in Palou's Noticia de la Nueva Calif., 2. p. 197, 

Mexico, 1874* 
£^£gQfl-A e las Almepa s. — Costanso, Diary 
Portola Expd. , Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., 
vol. 2, no.4_-p. Z62>, 1911. 



Punta del Angel de la Guarda [^Point Lobos] 

Lieut. Ayala*s First Survey and Map of 
the Bay of San Francisco, 1775. 

Name ^iven by Ayala or Canizare« to 

Point Lobos^ — Zoeth Eldredge, Beginnings of 
San Francisco, I, 50, 1912. 

La Perouse, Voyage, Atlas, pi. 33,1797. 



Angel's Camp 



Calif. 



Audubon: Western: Jounial 1849-1850 
210, Cleveland, 1906. 



Andrews's Landino- 

Place at head of navigation on 
Creek, Alameda County, 

V 

Polit. Code of California 
p. 463, 1897, 



q 



an Leandrci 



, San 



Franc i s c o 




y\^ 



''^^'^^' . c^^jL [Aneels] 

in 5-;Calaveras .unty, II of II 
Fork Stanislaus River and SE of San Andreas. 
*Stat. of Calif., IQM, 222, 1854. 



Angels Creek 



[Angels Creek] 



Creek flowiri^ into Stanislaus r.iver 



from the 11, SY/ of Angels. --CibbeCs, Hap 
ifornia, 1852. 







los /jigelos, Island 

•Langsdorff, Voyages fx Trrvels (1803-1807) J 
London, pt, II, foot-note p. 177, 1814. 



San Luis Obispo Co. .Caliiff. 
Canada Angosta (or Santa Elena) 

Name given by Porto la Expd. in 1769 to 
narrow canyon in San Luis Range S of Los Osos 
Valley. — Costanso, Diary Portola Expd., Pubs. 
Acad. Pacific Coast Hist. , vol. 2, no. 4, 219, 

19ll 

Crespi named it Canada de Santa Elena, "butf 

^""^ Bdi IT lSaliaHa" 7y o eta . -- 

uieapx, ux-cLiy rux ouxa. Expd. in -Fal 6u* 8 L 0*^10 ia 

de la Nueva ualif., 2, lo9, Mexico, 1874. 



Rio da las Anims [-'fchave River] 

River on Mohave Desert. - 
Exped. to Oref'On and Oalif* 



Calif. 

-Fremont: Expl. 
(1844) 260, mib. 



Smj^^JU^ MoK^Vl. (c4.|^ojave)'V^'ive,r 



Rio de las Anirnas [=Mohave 

River on Mohave Desert. 

Exped. t^o Oreron and Oalif 



River] __ Oalif. 
--Fremont: Expl. 
(1844) 260, 18^J.5 



SjuloAa^ Ro.iaVe (4-^\oj3V/e'\^?Wef 



Animas Calif. 

Name on map of Monterey district, 1801 -10, on 
or near Pajaro River & about midway of its 

course. —Bancroft, Hist. Calif. 11,145,1885. 

Animas (Las Animas). Ranclio in Monterey dis 
trict in 1835. - Ibid,III, 676, 1885. 



^-a-»^U\-0L'VvO JllLloLi KvVVxO^S 



[Point Alio Iluevoj 



Anno Imevo, Point 

^ "^ Vancouver, Voyage of Discovery, 1790-95, 

I' Lond., 11,41,1798, h Atlas (Pta. Ano lluevo) . 

•Galiano, Viage Sutil y l-Jexicana (1792), 
Madrid, p.l59, 160, 1802 (Punta de Imo Kuevo) . 

Mlurnboldt, Kssai Polit,I.Iouv.Ksp. ,I,lxxxix 
1811 (Punta del Ano liuevo) . 

'Beechey, Voyaf^e of Blossom, 11,407, 1631 
(Punta Ano Kuevo) . 

Point at II entrance to Ano Kuevo Bay. 



^^^§l^^Mo^M^SLl — Lieut. Ayala's 

First Survey ani Tap of the Bay of San 
Francisco, l77b. 

Costanso, Diary Pqrtola Expd.^, Fubs. 

Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol. a, no. 
4, p 241, 1911. 



Pedro Font. Diary Anza Expd. 

Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Kist 
No. 1, p. 61, 1913. 



1775-76, 
, Vol. 3, 



Ano liueva, Pt. 



[Pt. Ano ''uevo] 



Gibbet ^i.^ap of California, lc:5 



4^ 



Ft. de Ano Nuevo L^C Ano Nuevo'^n>v'^J Calif. 



Point 




,N^.oanta Cruz. 



Miguel Costanso.-Nari^ative Portola Exped.l2^- 

1770 : Pubs. ilcad.Pacif. Coast Hist., 
7om,No.4,p.63, March 1910. 

Beechey, Voyage of Blossom, [1826 J, 11,84, 1831 

8°ecL, London. 

Be Mofras, Uarte de 1 'Oregon, dos Calif ornies 

&c, Gen'l map, 1844 , 



Ansar 

De Mofras, Carte de l*Oregon, des Cal- 
ifomies, Sec, 1844. Chart IIo.l4. 

Place (probably ranch) some miles /] of 
Llonterey Bay and a little S of Pajaro River. 






Anse des Carmelites H\iHa^A^'KcJk0.YL4 6K'E>OLU^S>f.'?.(iM, 



N 



Anse du Cannel 

Camel Bay (, immediately south of Monterey 

Bay). 

Map 24, Atlas du Voyage de la Perouse, 

1797. 



Anse de Consolation -^oYt«.sW9tl£>oi^'?_ 



/5 



LcLpe.<^oa^e, Voyo^^. AtW p\.33, lim. 



Antelope Creek 



[Antelope Creek] 



C-ibbes liap of California, 1652. 
Creek flowing-; into riacraLiento River from 
the E a little S of R-d riuff. 

Gunni son, J .17. h Beck^-dth, E . G. , map( dated 

|lB53/4),in Ex. Doc. 129, 33d. Con,'--, ,1st .Ses3. , XVIII 
(pt.4),lS55. 



Antelope Taland .cL,^^^ So.U Uk^ 



Utah 



Named by Fremont on Oct. 18, 18457 3d ~ 
Exped, 1845-1846.-- Fremont ;Memo ins, I, 
421, 1887; [At the iBouthem end of Great 
Salt Lake.] ^ 



V-~^ 




QtxJbJufiU, 



A 



Anticline Ridge 



Frasnc Od. 



Calif 



^:^^, rji/Lt U.S.Geog.Board.May 15.1908 

southeast point of Joaquin Ridge), 
Fresno County, California. 



Antoine Canon 



Calif, 



Mining point located close to North Branch of 
Midale i^ork of i^jnierican River,— Sacramento 
Daily Transcript, April 2, 1651, 



Appelaminy River 

Wilkes Expod. Narrative, V, map (dated 
1041) facing p. If30, 1845. 

River zhovm nr, ernptyinr into t::e middle 
part of ^.he San Joaquin from the E. 



Apt OS Calif. 

•*^ ■-mi.Mv i-'r-ii- iii»r'iiiiiiiiii'---'inBiiiiiMii ^^ ^^"^f^^^m ^^^'^mm ^m 

Name on map of Monterey district, 1801-10, near 
northern extremity of Monterey Bay. —Bancroft, 
Hist. Calif. II, 145, 1885. 

Randio in Santa Cruz Co, Monterey district, in 
1833. -Ibid, 111,676,1885. 



Aquas Galiente =Galistoga, Calif. 

In lb45.. -Lyman L. Palmer, in Hist. of Napa and 



Aqua Calient a Calif 

Yalley of the Aqua Caliente, S of Warner* s 

ranch. —Emory: Military Reconn. 1846-7,105, 
1848. 

Source of Aqua Caliente is hot spring on 
Warner's ranch. —Ibid, 106. 



Aqua. Caliente [j^ua Caliente] 

Emory, llilitsry Ecconn. - Ft, Leavenworth 
to San Die^.-o in 1846-47, 104,105,10G,1P48. 



^^iM?.^^i 



n 



*■•♦ 



County. 



: rner^ Valley, San Diego 



Gibbes Llap of California, 1852. (Agua 
Caliente) . 



Aqua Fria 



[A^riia Fria] 



iJUawflCounty Seat^LIariposa County, in 1850. 

Statutes of California, 18E0, 63, 1850. 
Place little 1^ of l.ariposa.-- GibLet^n^, 
Llap of California, 10c 






l'nion-K>ct,(xfco^ 

Place^jur/ '' " '^ ' - - -- 



doiL 



Hn vTi n V 



i)' 



X ui,i norma, lB5.?\iWA.U.-,...,v5^v y 
Called Uniontown in Stat.Calif . .1853 307 



1853; Toid, 1854, 222, 18[)4. 




Uniontov.Ti 



k 



K^ 



t.Oiw 



Humboldt Co. , Calif 



Place bo two 



CHurnboldt Couji' 




M 



^ Statutes of California, 1857), 307, 1853. 
• Ibid, 18f-34, 222, 1854. 

Gibbe-^s ]:ar) of California, 1852 (Uniod).. 
Settlement on site of present city of 
Areata vvas called Uniontown in 1G50. — 
LaJIotte, H.D., Statement of. 6, MS, Bancroft 



Lib 



32.$- 



rary, no date \<>^J^^^^\hcJ^--\^z^Q^<^>^..3uK.^^^^ 







Arena, Barra do 



[Point Arena] 



Point on 1J\7 coast just S of lat. 39! 
Be Llofras, Carte de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 

tioTdfim'-' ^'^- ^^^^ ^^ »^^^^«s. Explora- 
tion de 1 'Oregon, Tome II. p. n. ,^h^ ^ ^^ 



Arena 



Cape Barro de 



[Point Arena] 



/^ LangGdorff, Voyages I. Travels (1803-1807) 
..ondon, pt.II, 148, 1814. ' 

Vancouver, Yoyaf.:o of Discovery, 1790-95 
Lond.,11,432,1798 (Point, r.nrro de Arena), & ' 
Atlas (Pta. Barro de Arena). 



Arena, Pt. Barra de 



[Point Arena] 



^- likes EjTied. Narrative, V, ma.p (dated 
1841) facing n. 150, 1845. 






W. 



^outk of ^u-nT,€c^o~^^Y- 



a I rttl 



Arena 'y Franyo IL^^^ ^, J YoL^^aw^i 

Leu per oLt^e , Vov/a^c , Mkb , pi 33, nqi , 



2-/ 



Arena y lodo :B>c^t t)U ^tUt.uC.o3:^ 



2.0 



Areata 



Humboldt Co. , Calif 



To'vm on N shore of Humboldt Bay. 

Settlement on site of present town of Areata 
was called Uniontown in 1850. — LaJ.'Iotte, H.D. 
Statement, 6, MS, Bancroft Library, no date. ' 



Ai^chileite Calif. 

Spring & camping ground on 'Spanish Trail*, 
eastern Mohave Desert. — Fremont rExpl.Expd. to 
Oregon k Calif. (18^14), 261, 1845. 



^^^^^^•^'. Creek [Santa Llaria Fdver] 



^^^^^^ I'aria or Arenal Creek, emptying 
into Pacific N of Point Sal. 

statutes of California, 1G51, 173, 1851. 



Pmita de Ara-ms 



' V clJL -w I • 



Font states that t'le entrance of Puerto de 
Bodega "is forned,on tMs side, by the Pimta del 

Oordon,& on the other, "by the Pimta de Arenas." 

He places Rierto de Bodega ahout 4 leagues V. of 
Point Reyes in Lat.38 18\ —Pedro FontiDianr, 

Anza Sxpd . 1775 - 1776 : Pub s . Acad . f^ac i f . cast Hi st . 
7ol.5,^To.l,p.69,-arch 1913. 



Fte. Arguelia 



[Pt. ArguelloJ 



Calif 



Point on Pscific Coast, osnte Barbars Co, 

De Mofras, Ci rte de 1 'Oregon, des Cali- 

fornies &c. Gen'l map. 1844 . 



Arguila, Point 



[Point Arf^uelio] 



^Jnipplo,A,\/., mf)r no.2(nntod 18^V')-4), in 
T^x.Doc. 129, :.53d.Coru:.,lH.r>r.ss.,XVIII(pt.4), 1855 



T^T • 



Arguello, Point 

Point IW of Point Concepcion. 
ilkes ^xped. (map dated 1841) ,V, facing 
p. 150, 1845. 

'.Tnip-.] rj , KM, , map no . "^^.^.^ +.od 1853-4) , in 
^x.Doc.l29,3:^d.Con<^.,lst.Sess.,^:VIII(p-'-.4),185^ 
(Point Anoiila) . 



Arguello, Pte. [Point Arguello] 

De Llofras, Carte de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 
ifornies, &c. , 1844. 

Point m of Point Conception. 



Arguello, Point [Point Arguello] 

L'raued by Vancouver in 1793. 

^^ancouver, Voyage of Discovery, 1790-95J 
Lend., II, 447, 1798, T. Atlas. 



Arispe 
.^ _ Pueblo de N< 



V 



Calif. 



;^^? 



re de Dios. Hall 



states that he thinks 

same as Arispe. 

of San Jose, 18, 1871. 



this place is the 
Frederic Hall, Hi story 




Qalf 



Amidor's Ranch ^^^^^^^ ^o. 

In Armidor's Valley, j 
Liverrnore Valley. —Tyson: geology of Calif 

Sai.Doc.47, 31st Cong.lst Sess. 16,65, 1850. 
Also on mar>. 



Arroyo .%xia^:a Santa Hlara Oo-^Oalif 

^mall stream risi?Tg in ■•Tiou.^-'.ains E of 
Santa Olara ^'"alley, running northarly into 
Alum Rock Oanon, and losing itself^onlow 
ground, 7/h3nc3(just II of San J -sa) springs 
a straam called La Penetancia. Oalled by 
Indians Shistijik .-- Frederic Hall: Hist* San 
Jose, 12, 18V1. 



Arroyo K^\Q.ge Santa 01araj:o., Oalif- 

^mall stream rising in mountains E of 
Santa '""lara """alley, running ncrt-ierlv into 
Alum Rock Oanon, and losing; itsell^lrf^ low 
ground, whence (just II of ^an Jose) springs 
a stream called La Penetencia. OaUed by 
Indians Shistukr - Frederic Hall: Hist. 
San Jose, 12, 1871, 



Arroyo Ciervo 
U.3.Geog.Board,Mar 



Fresno Co. 



Calif. 



^ 1912 Arroyo Ciervo; Gulch, and intermittent 

Stream, Fresno County, California, 
heading atCiervo Mountain and drain- 
ing northeastward through the dry 
hills, entering San Joaquin Valley in 
northeast corner of Section 29, Town- 
ship 16 S., Range 14 E. 



Arroyo Corto 



San Luis Obispo Co., Calif 



Naifte given "by Portola Expd. in 1770 to 
small stream in Canada de los Osos, 3 leagues 
SE of Black Hill (on Morro Bay). — Costanso, 

Diaxy Portola Expd., Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast 
Hist., vol. 2, no. 4, 303, 1911. E 4^*-^^ ^^-a-^-u-wa^ 



Arroyo de Ics Alisos 



Calif, 



About 6 lea^-ues FiIW of Santa A:ia River h 8 
laafiies E of Saii G-abriel Misf-^io-^; icasr^ad hv k\zi 
Erpd. in 1776, —Pedro FontjDianr of Aiiza Erpd. 

1775-1776 :Pubs. Acad. Pacific. Coast piist.Yol.3,Nc. 

l,p.43,March 1913. 



San Luis Obispo Co., 
Arroyo de San Nicolas (or El Cantil) Calif. 

Canyon 4 leagues NUV of Estero Bay, near a 
steep cliff at the edge of the sea, passed by 

Port Ola Expd. in 1769. Crespi says that he named 
this -site El Arrovo de San Nicolas , but among 
the soldiers it was known as El Cantil . — 
Crespi, Diary Portola Expd. in Palou»s Noticia 
de la Nueva Calif.,2, 153, Mexico, 1874. 

El Cantil. -- Costanso, Diary Portola Expd., 

Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 2, no. 4, 
225, 1911. 



A 



-s^ A- i^. ,^ .^^^ ■^'' '. 



grande [Arroyo Grande creek] Calif. 

Southern part of San Luis OMspo Co. 
•passing town of same name east of Pismo. 
Bryant: What I Saw in Calif. 425,1848, 
[Entry of Feb.4,1847.] 



Arroyo Hondo Presno Co. 

Arroyo Hondo; Creek, Fresno County, 

California, first large one in foothill U# 0# GcOg^^ Board Kar, 
belt north of Cantua Creek, emptying 
into San Joaquin Valley, about 4 miles 
north of the latter creek. (Not Dry.) 



Calif. 
6,1912 



Arroyo Mocho 



Calif. 
Santa Clara & JUameda C.o^ 



Lar^e 8 treciin rising in Santa Clara Co,. 
ranging in a NW direction across Murray Township 

fpw ^^.r^fv^ J^^i^"^^ seeping dnto the soil a ^ 
pHTfni^^^^^ ^^ Pleasanton. - Wm. P. Bartlett, 
editor, Livemore Valley, p. 6. 1878. 



Arroyo 



Seco 



Crook flowinr i-to Rusnian River from 



the "'.— Gibbos, Llan of 



California, 1852. 



/^ 




Valle 






— Santa Clara k Jllameda Cos. , 
Stream risirg in Santa Clara Co., rai^im 
^Ptying into Laguna Creek near Pleasanton.- 



Ashton 



- Co lusa Co, 4 pal i f . 



Town laid out in Indian Valley in November 
1863.- -J. H. Rogers, History of Colusa County, 
p. 97, 1891, . ^ ^ 



ABpinwall 



Place on "^ side Tuolumne River, 



of 



mouth of Dry Creek.— CibbcCsjI^ap of California, 



Calif. 



Aspinwall Bay Marin Co. 

Between Pt. Munroe [now California Pt.J 
and CHauncey Pt. &n Tiburon Penin].— Rir^- 
gold, Chart of Bay of San Pablo, 1850. 



Puerto de la Assumpta 0- Southampton Bay] 

Lieut. Ayala's First Survey and Map of the 
Bay of San Francisco, 1775. 

Harbor NE of Carquinez Strait, which Cafiiza- 
res called Puerto de la A sumpta. because he 

examined it on the day of the festivity of that 
saint. — Report of the Pilot Don Josi 
Canizares to Commander Don Juan de Ayala , in 
Zoeth Eldredge's 'March of Portola' . 67, 1909. 

Nam.e g:ven by Canizares to Southampton 

Bay. — Zoeth El dredge , Beginnings of Sanc.„_„ 

\ V G r / 



Francisco, I, 49, 1912 



n Ventura Co., Calif. 

Assumpta \:site of present city of Ventur^ 

Mission cf San Buenaventura founded 1782 at 
place named by Portola Expd. (1769) Assumpta 
or Asuncion de Nuestra Senora. -- Palou, Viaa 

4 

de Junipero Serra,. 246, Mexico, 1787. 



See Asumpta 



V r^ira Co •, Calif. 
Pueblo de la Asumpta or Asuncion de Nueotra 

Senora bSite of present city of Venturet 
Name given by the Portola Expd, in 1769 to 

large Indian town on Santa Barbara Channel at 
the mouth of the Ventura River, because they 
reached it on the eve of that festival. They 
thought it 7/as the town which Rodriguez Cabrillo 
named Pueblo d e Canoa e. -- Costanso, Diary 
Portola Expd,, Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol, 
2, no. 4, 195, 1911, 
Aaiinci on_de^ Jmest ra Sejlpra^ — Cr©Bpi,I)iar:^^^,^ 



Portola Expd. In Palou»8 Noticla de la ITueva 
Calif., 2, 136, Mexico, 1874. 

Mission of San Buenaventura founded 1782 at 
place named by first expd, 1769. Assumpta or 
Asuncion de Ntr^ SePfora. At entrance to Santa 
Barbara Channel. Lat. 34* 13*. — Palou. Vida 
de Junipero Serra,246. Mexico. 1787. 



See also Absunta, Asunta, Aesumpta, Canoas 






de la Asumpta UVentura Kive3 



Calif. 



In 1776 the Anza Fxpd. halted at the Rio de 
la Asu ini)ta 17 leagues SE of Rancheria de Mescal 
titan on Santa Barbara Channel. --Pedro Font, 

Diary Anza Expd. .Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist.. 
vol.3, no.l, 115. 1913 



Asuncion 




•] cv^^y 



De Llofras, Carte de 1* Oregon, des Cal 
ifornies, &c., 1844. 

Small settlement midway between San 
"iguel and San Luis Obispo, (mission) 



'i 

'J 



[sSite of present city of Ventura| 
Asuncion _ .,■ Ventura Co., Calif. 

Indian rancher ia^n Santa Barbara Channel 

on site of mission of San Buenaventura* 

visited "by Portola Expd. in 1769. -- Bancroft, 

(after Crespi's Diary),Hi8t.Calif., 1,143,1884 



8o6 AsuBipwft 



Asunc ion 



Oalif 



Name on map of Monterey District, 1801 -10, on 
upper Salinas River & SW of San Miguel Mission 
—Bancroft, Hist. Calif. 11,145, 1885. 



La Asimc ion. — Place roac'ied by Aiiza Exrd.1776, 
oh Rio de Monterey [=SalinaG ¥(?<'] about 10 

leagues llW of Sa:: Luis Obispo Mission. —Pedro 
Font :Diary ,Anza Ii:xp.d.l775-1776:Pubs. Acad.Pacif 
Ooast Hist.Vol.3,No.l,-n.o7.March 1913. 



. a ^ *T ^ « -v Ventura Co., Calif, 
Asuncion de Nueetra Senora or Aeumpta 

UBite of present city of Ventur^ 
Name given by Portola Expd. in 1769 to large 



ridian tcvn on Santa Barbara Channel at the 



mouth of Ventura River, east bank, because 
they reached it on the eve of that festival. 
They thought it was the town which Rodriguez 
Cabrillo named Pueblo de Canoas . -"• Costanso, 

Diary Portola Expd. , Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast 

Hist.,vol.2,no.4,195, 1911. 

Ai?IH!l£i5? ^® Kuestra Senora/ — Crespl, Diary 



ver 



Portola Elxpd. in Palou»8 Noticia de la Nueva 
Calif., 2, 136, Mexico, 1874. 

Mission of San Buenaventura founded 1782 
at place named by first expd. (1769), Assufl^pta 

or Asuncion de Utr& Senora * At entrance To 
Santa Barbara Channel, Lat 34* 13 * . Palou, 
Vida de Junipero Serra, 246, Mexico, 1787. 



See also Absunta, Asunta, As sump t a, Can o as 



IfSite of present city of Ventura' 
Asunta Ventura C^,, Calif. 

Indian rancheria on Santa Barbara Channel on 
aite of mission of San Buenaventura, visited 
by Portola Expd. in 1769. — Bancroft (after 
Pages ♦Voyage), Hist, of Calif., 1,143,1884. 



See Asumpta 



s. 



^^'^-^-^^^iiv-a ,:::^ U2.2, <^ lo iL*.|SKx^ wo.3^1^ t:jJa;uvv^ 

. , v--5wX>. v^sJw-Jlj^ -f^^-»-«^ -^^^ v^^-^-u;^ ^ <A«« — ? 




l^^H- 



c 



AuLum 



[Auburn] 



C>^l^Wa.\ County Seat of Placer County. 

'Statutes of California, i:,51, 176, 
•Ibid, 1854, 223,1054-. 
Gibbcs, Map of California, 185". 
• W-^rfccX.;-^' ^i.*J!^. Ufl^ .,5-5., dL-^ . \ ^5^. 



1851. 



KvxVvy-VVx ,?lcL«-^^ ^0 . 








cMi4- 



^•^'^-^Tv^ 



J 



Ausaymas ^ncho 




name_ 

Monterey Co. ,i46'^1881." 



3an Bonito Co. 

7 

rancho in 
locality.- 



— *-'aXii» 

San Benito«i^ 
- Hist, 






^\V,ac^JL'VwVve'^ 




Auiumnes River C Iferced River] 



Calif. 



Name given for river south of the "Towalumne* 
on insert 'Map of the Gold Regions' in Colton' 
Map of the U. S. 1849-— Osawald, H. F. , 
Califomien, Leipzig 1849. 



Aux-um-nes Rivor 



[Merced River] 



Kelly, Excursion to Calif ., London, II, 






00,1851. 



Avatoha 

See Rio 3an 



Calif 



cio ou Avatcha 



Ave Larla Creek 

Creek flowing into Llariposa Pdvcr 

from the S 5 miles 3 of Lariposa.-Gibbes, 
Map of California, 1852. 



Avendale Creek Kings 'Jo 
See Avenal Creek 



Calif 



Oalif. 



Avenal Oreek Kings Oo. 

Avenal; creek, traversing McLure 

Valley, southwest Kings County, U#S •GeOg^Board May 15^1908 

California. (Not Dicks nor Aven- 

dale.) 



Avenal Gap 



Kfi:^s 06. 



Calif. 



Avenal; gap or pass in southern part 



of Ke'ttleman Hills, Kings County, U, S .GdQg. BOard.May 15, 1908 

California (in latitude 35° 50'). 



AvQnal Ridge Calif. 

UQ p Tj_ „j If .IK IQrtfl Avenal; ridge, south end of Diablo 

• O.Uepg.DOara^May IJ^IVUO. Range{betwenAntelopeandMcLure 

valleys), California. ^ 



Avisadera, Fta. [Point Avisadero] 

tover]T3e Liofras, Carte de I'Orogon, des Cal- 

ifornies, f^c.,1844. (map no. 16) 

Point on ^.^ side of San Francisco Bay, S 
of San Francisco ^v\v. 



Ayala gave the name Punta de Concha to 

this roint. — Lieut. Ayala' s First Survey 
and Map of the Bay of San Francisco, 1775. 



R. Avoine 



Calif. 



Tributary, Sacramento K. ; flowing E.,W ^ide.| 

Df-' Mofras, Carte de 1' Oregon, des Calif- 

ornies (S;c,Gen*i map. 1844 . 

See S acramento K « 



A 



Niome 



K, 



Ir (Horn ex 5 Cvcek 1 



Cal 



Cl WcovcK O-i^ S 



\alWdc 4o' 



\ 



lAo \\> 



f 



I 



oxto.'me'xvAo Kwer A-UvMVTAoy W 4-ro-Tvi\V. oCf 



'A 



f 



^fcl^o-^ms , Ca^^ie. dc tOvtgon.dts dl*^rT\\e^,^ . , iW.he 



I 






v\frai T>\a 



I 



piac£- n^"^^ - ^3t^/. ^ 



Mt. Bache, F5anta Clara Co. „ Calif. 

One of 2 pealcs in range west of Almaden 
Mines, formerly called by Indians Qumouhiai n, 

5430 ft; second peak Choual . 3530 ft. 
—Frederic Hall, History of f^an Jose, 9, 1871 



Badccer Hill 



Nevada Co. , 



Mining town on south bank of liidile Yuba, 
1 mile north of Cherokee.— .ar/sville 
Weekly Express, vol, 3, no. 14, Jan.1,1869, 



c 







Butte County, 



Settletr.ent in 1853 south of Ophir City [present 
Orovill€3.-0ilbert, Wells k Chanibers, History 
of Butte County, p. 234. 1882, 



Ball i a 






..aino on Uilkes LiG.p in vliat appears, to 
m Felipe Valley, southern California. 

Wilkes ExT.ecl. Narrative, V, uap (dated 
1841) racing p.lfiO, 1045. 



ue 



^ , . , , • [-San Pablo Bay] 

Bahia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe^ Calif 

Lieut. Ayala*s First Survey and Map of the 
Bay of San Franciso, 1775. 

Caniza.res, from whose report lyala's map 
vi/as made, called this bay Bahia Redonda. — 
Report of the Pilot Don Jose Canizares to 
Commander Don Juan de Ayala, in Zoeth Eldredge, 
•March of I'ortola'', 66, 1909. 



Bahia de N. S. Rosario 



Calif. 



Name given tq^^STpart of San FrEincisco 




L 



Potrero San Pablo. -- Lieut. 



^r 
J 



Ayala 's First Surve 
San Francisco, 1775. 



and Map of the Bay of 



Bahia or Puerto 



r=^Cxulf of the Farallones] 
ae San Francisco Calif. 



Gulf in the Pacific fonned by Point Reyes 
and Montara Point, reached by Portola Expd. 
in 1769. — Costanso, Disiry Portola Expd» , 
Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., v61. 2, no. 
4,p. 265. 1911. 



Bahia Pedonda [= San Pablo Bay] Calif. 

Name given by Caiiizares to Sen Pablo Bay, 
although he says it 'is not round, but a perfect 
isoceles triangle. — Report of the Pilot Don 
Jose Caiiizsires to Commander Don Juan de Ayala, 

in Zoeth Eldredge's 'March of Portola', 66,1909 
San Pablo Bay appears on Ayala 's map as 

Bahia de N uestra Senora de Guadalupe. — Lieut. 
Ayala 's First Survey and Map of the B:y of 
San Francisco, 1775. 



^RinconiBlal Ventura Co., Call 

Pueblo del Bailarin or Santa Clara de Monte Talco 

Bl Ba i larin . — Populous Indian rancheria 
On Santa Barbara Channel, 4 leagues Wf of Ven- 
tura River "on point of land near which ran 
stream of good water" (Rinc on Pt. & Creek). •— 
Visited by Portola Expd. in 1769 and named for 

chief, who was a good dancer, -- Costanso, Diary 
Portola Bxpd., Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., 
vol.S,no.4, 197, 1911. 

Santa Cl ara de Monte Talco. — "Soldiers 
named it Bailarin, and I called it Santa /--,-»^-, 



Clara de Monte Taloo. Lat. 34** 4o*. Crespi^ 

Diary Portola Expd. , in Palou's Hoticia de la 
ITueva Calif., 2, 138, Mexico, 1874, 



"Speired Bilarih by Bancroft 

Santa Barbara Co. ,Calif • 

Baile de las Indias (or La Graciosa or San 

ramon Nonata) [^San Antonio Creek] 

Name ^iven by Portola Expd. in 1769 to 
lake [now disappeared] about b miles N of Santa 
Ana River. Named Baile de las Indias because ' 
it was the first place vhere they "saw Indian 
women dance. — Costanso, Diary Fortola Expd., 
Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist, vol. 2, no.4, 
pp, 213. 307. 1911. 

G-iven name Baile de las Indias , although* 
others call 
San Pamon 
Expd. in Pal 

2, 154, Mexico, 1874. 




Bakers 



rjuisan 
ornia, 



Place II of Suisun Bay, 30 miles IW of 

[Suis'on] City.--Gi"bbes, Map of Calif- 
18.-')2. 



Bakers Heach 



Calif. 



On west bank of oacramento I^iver, opposite 
Hensley Id. (now Handall Id.) — "Hinggola, 
Chart of Sacramento River, 1850. 



Bald Hills 



^CrilDbs, in Schoolcraft, III, 133, 1853. 



Laid Lit. 



.'.oui'ltairx Id uiles ^.7SW of Eureka. -- 
Gibbes, i^ap of California, 1352. 



Baltimore 



Place S of Lierced River, near its mouth. 
Gibbers, Lap of California, 1052. 



Bandini ' s Ranclid 

On Santa Ana River, -fiept 
Sen, Doc.47, 31st Cong. 1st Jes 



Ud*X xX • 



'^ 






Lt.E.O.C.Ord- in 
119,1850, 






v^vWo^v^ ^^ .c. ,^u^AJLo^~1^ 



{j(!c5^.i^n. 



I*. 

V 







OJ^,^^ 



:BoIV 



^Yve_s. 



Barillo Valley 

See Barrel Valley 



Kern 



'^ n 



Calif. 



Barker Valley 

Valley in 
ranicnto River. 



[Vaca Valley] 
Solano County, T7 of the 



Sac 



Hutchir^'s Calif. Lag., II,397,Marc};,1658 . 



Barnetts 






Place on S side Stanislaus Pdver, 

of Knights Crossing [Knights Ferry].- -Gib be^Ts^ 
Llap of California, 1852. 



Barranco de la 011a 



Santa Cruz Co. , Calif. 



Name given by Portola Erpd. in 1769 to 
deep ravine near coast which they passed more 

than 2 leagues WNW of San Lorenzo River. — 
Costanso, Diary Portola Erpd. , Pubs. Acad. 
Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 2, no. 4, p. 253,1911 

Barranco d e la 011a . — Crespi, Diary Por- 
tola Expd. , in Palou*s Ndticia de la Nueva 
Calif.. TO. 188. Mexico. 1874. 



» i 



Barrel Tallay 



Kern 06* 



Calif. 



Barrel; valley, in center of Township 
26 South, Range 17 East, Kern 
county, California. (Not Barillo nor 
Barril.) 



U.S.Geog. Board, Apr. 7,1909 



^^evada 



Barren. River C=Hu-nVoldt River] 

^0 called by J. R. Falkor's party on way 
from Salt Lake to Monterey in 1833. --Adven- 
tures of Zenas Leonard, 159, 19 04 (rej;n from 
original of 1839 ) > 



-^Mcx1a<> Mar u 5 Kivrer" an.A HumboTdt K'wer 



Barren River [-Humboldt River] Nevada 

*^o called by J. R, ^alkar's party on way 
from Salt Lake to Montjrey in 1833. --Adven- 
tures of Zenas Leonard, 159, 19 Oi (repr. from 
original of 1839 ). 



SiijLcJUxj M<x>r\js K\Ver o/vJL Humboldt T{ I Vef 



Barril Valley 



Kern Co 



See Barrel Valley 



Calif, 



SI Barro 



.Calif. 



gl Barro tclav or mud) : pla,ce in mountains 

J. M. Anador, Men-.orias 
MS, Bancroft Library, 



near Tuolumne Piver. — 
sobre Historia Calif., 
p. 2^. 1877. 



Basalt Hill 



Merced Co. . Calif. 

T. 3 If /- TOTO Basalt; Hill (elevation 1,687 feet), in 

U-S*Ge0g«B0ard,L'iar«6,iyi<i Township loS., Range SE., south of 

eastern end Pacheco Pass, Diablo 
Range, Merced County, California. 



Ba-tom-da-kai Valley 



[Little Lake Valley] 



•Gibbs, in Schoolcraft, 111,118,1853. 



Bottle Creek 



Bockvdth,F:.G., in ^x.Doc.l29,:35d.Conf:. , 
lst.Se?,-^.,^OfIII(pt.2),Art.5a,n''^,^V "/),1855. 



Stevens, I. I. , chart of map (dated 1853-4), in 
|Sx.Doc.l29,33d.Cong.,lst.Sesg.,XVIII(pt.4),lS55. 



Treek novnnf: into Eiacrarnento River from the 

Qjli^ ^^ — 1 b •vwbL^ M %iL !?• A/ 1^ c% Oft 



E 



} 




r^ erji Bl 



U d ^ 




Battle Creek 



2 



[Battle Creek] 



Beckwith,E.G., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,II.Art.II. 
51,1855. 



Battle Id. 

•Islraid at i: end of Clear Lake.--aibbs 
in Schoolcraft, 111,109,1853. 



Battle Lakes =Humboldt and Carson SirJc ' \\jj^ 

--Adventures of Zenas Leonard, 166, 167, 1904 
(repr. from original of 1839) . 



San Diego Co„ , Calif. 
Cafiada del Bautismo (or Los Cristianos or 

San Ap 1 i nar i o ) _. 
Canyon 3 leagues SE of San Juan Capistrano, 
visited "by Portola Expd, in 1769 and named 

Canada del Bautismo , because two Indian children 
were "baptised there. -- Costanso, Diary Portola 
Expd., Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 2, 
no. 4, 173, 1911. 

The soldiers called the place Los Cristia nos; 
Crespi named it San Apollnario; others called 
it I? Cariada de los Bautismos. -- Crespi, 



Diary Portola Ixpd. in Palou's Noticia d'e la 
Nueva Calif., 2, 113, Mexico. 1874. 



Bayou Cita 



Place in narrov; valley V of Colorado 



Desert. . 
^a|.U:^.^oVv.^*p:mory, Military Reconn. Ft. Leavenworth 
to San Diego in 1846-47, 612, 1848. 



Beales Ear 

At junction of North 
iimerican River. -- 
Feb. 14. 1852. 



Calif. 



ana South Forks of 
Sacramento Union, 



Beal • s Bar 

Bar between Sacr£u:icnto City and Conciem 
ned ^n.r. — Stat. Calif., 1854, ;:22, IBM. 



Calif. 
Bear Lake San Bernardino Co, , 

Lake in San Bernardino Mts. between 
Stmta Ana River .and A^ojave Desert, crossed 
by the San Bernardino Meridian. 

So~najned in 1845 by Benj . D. Wilson, because 

of numbers of bears killed there by his men 
while on an Indi^in campaign. — Benj. D. V/ilson 

Obser/ations on Early Days in Calif, and New 
Mexico, 29, 34, MS, Bancroft Library, 1877. 



bear ^iver 



from 



t 1 



Pivcr emptyin • into ^^e Sacrei:iento 
e liE about lb miles H of : ar-Rville, 
Statutes of Californic., 1B5G, ICl, 1850. 



d.iyyicCJJl-VjJk 



/^. V,\.H 



^ 



( * "'"•^^^V 




^Oyyiy . I AX/jO Xt uLl 33 X 







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i 






K 



\ 



Bear River (/ti;ia,dor County) 

ooall ?hort ntreara in Sierra rising f of 
Silver Lake and floring (in conjunction v/ith 
Beaver Creek) into IIokeluLuie F.iver fror:i the i^. 



a.^/WcixxSiiL.-- t:<SL.o^ic^ .i^-^*L^ 







ieAt Moi-VV' 



SoLVv'BiQ.qo Ci 



V-6. 



CoX\ 



\ 







^-J^^^J^-*-^ 



Gib] 



Bear Valley n.^ „ ., , , 

^ [Bear Valley] 

,I'ap of California, 1852 
Valley and settlement S of I'erced Ri 
between Coultcrville and Uariposa. 



ver 



Bear Butte 



Place on f.el River, 

'Gibbs, in Schoolcraft, III, 135,1853. 



Bear Creek 



1. 



Ilutchines Calif. Ma^., 1, 540-541,1857. • 
Creek rising II^' of Lit. Lannen between S 
Fork Cow Creek and N Fork Battle Creek, 

flowing westerly into Sacramento Biver at 

Logan's Ferry. 



.na 



Beck-nth, E.Cr,, in T]x.Doc.ir.9,.^:^rl.Conp. .l-^t 



bess 



TTr 



■c J 



III(r)t.;:).Art.5a;o":1855 



Stevens, I. I., chart of map(dated 1853-4) in 



.- i a %. 



Doc. 129, 33d. Con/:;:.. 1 St. S 



O* I 



es3.,SVIII(pt.4),1855 



Bear Creek 



2 



[Bear Creeic] 



Beckwith,E.G., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,II, Art.II, 
52,1855. 



Bear Creek 



Blake, Y/.P,, in Pac. Rr. Rep. ,V,pt. 11, 1^,1857. 
Creek flowing into Burns Creek from the S. 



Bear Creek 



S Fk^ 



[Bear Creek] 



Creek flowing into^LIerced River from 
the S, 11 of Mariposa, Uariposa County. 
Gibbe's Lap of California, 1652. 
Willia:ason,R.S., laap, in Ex.Doc.ir.9,3.?d. 
Cor^;.,lst.Sess.,XVIII(pt.4),ie55. 



B^ar Creek C-^eA.\ iCw^^") 



Calif 



ornia 



MrCreek.--Maior D, H. Yinton: Senate 

Bx, Doc. 1, 31st Cong. 26.. 3es3. pt. II, 245, 

1850. 
Yubl Riv^lf ^'''^''' ^etNsen American and 



Bear Creek [Bear River] 

Hiver eniptjdng into 
I'icolaus, Sutter Co. 



Feather River^at 



Statutes of California, 1850, 62, J850. 



Eear Creek 



Creek in K San Joaquin County between 

LIokolui.ine and Calaveras Rivers.— Gibbes, Lap 
of California, 1852. 



Bear Creek (Calaveras County) 

Sniall creek in Calaveras County flowing 

northerly into Calaveras River about midway 
between San Andreas and Jenny Lind. 



Bear Creek (Calaverap. County) 

Small short creek flov/ing S into Middle 
Fork Mokeluiine River a little E of V/est Point. 



Ber.r Crenk Valley 



Valley lAV of :.-ount Lassen. 



P-cV-i + h,E.G.^^ in Ex.Doc.l29,.'53ri.ConP-., 
l-t.Scs?.,XVni(rit.2),Art.5a;7.':-185o. 



R. Beaulieu 



Calif. 



■ w il H iw WW m wiiiii K iiii u 



Tributary , Sacramento R. ; flowing E.,:v sidr3 

De Mo fras Carte de l»Oregon, des Cali- 

fornies &c. Gen^ map. 1844. 

2ee Sacramento R. 



P\ bmncW ct SacrawevvTo Hwer -i^lowincf^vTN Worn NAT SomiL (Xyi[- 
ance S. oLlot^tud-e ^ 
3)etTo-^ras. Carte dt rOTeg)Ti,d€?,Ca\(WTfM€5^.^1^44.hewefal-maf' 



Beauty Island: Black crater in Mono Lake. — 
J."R.V. in California Scrapbook by Oscar 
Shuck, p. 171, San Francisco, 1869. 



T. 



C*-CTT-X)L»sJtA.k^*r5,»^ 




N(ftv(, l%S-t. 



Beavar Rivir C=^coU RiverJ^iskivou'Oo. /7alif 

Scott Riv3r in valley of sane name, just 
W of Shasta "^^alley, N Oalif . , was called 
"Beaver River" by the Hudson's Bay "lompany. — 

Gihbs, in ^choplcraft, Indian Tribes, III, ln9 
1853. 



Scott Rivar in vallejr of sa^ne nana, just 
W of Shasta Tallay, N Calif., was callsd 

"Beaver River" by the Hudson's Bay Company. -- 
Gibbs, in Schoolcraft, Indian Tribes, III, 159 
1853. 



Bechtels or Little Lake Valley 



^_ J. Ross Browne, Harper's Monthly -.ag., 
p. 13, 1861. 



uMiwiiipiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiliiiiwm 



Beckv/orth' s Pass 



Pass in Sierra Ilevada ("lat. 39° 50'"). 

^ John S. Hittell, Hutchings Calif. "ag., 
Ill, 357, Feb., 1859. 





Beckwourth's Pass [BeckwoTrrih Pass] 



Calif 



"While on this exaursionilSSl] 1 
discovered what is now knoww as 'Beclo 
wourth*'B Passi m the Sierra Nbvada."— 
BBckwourth: Life & Adventures, 515, 1856. 



Suuv SecV.\M\W^o^ss 



BiJckwourth Vallef 



Calif 



•I» the spring of iSlft I establish- 
ed rajself m Becikwourth Valley." --Beck- 
vrourth: Life & Adventures, f^l9,ia56. 

N'ear central fork of Feather river. 
IMd. 526. 




IIW coast California 

E Steele in Kept . Comrn. Ind. Af f r ♦ s for 
1863, 404, 1864. 



^U^U^ / T Pol if 

Hreeze-outJ •'•°^®» ^2,111. 

--Article from Themis^ a Sacramento 
in Mem*l and Biog'l Hist. of North* n 
1691. (Lewis Pub'g Go.) 



(?) weekly, 
Calif., 91, 



Pt. Beener 

On ^Saii Joaquin Eiver, at 
Rackels Id. (now winter Id.) - 
Map of Anchorage off New York 
1850 . 



.Calif. 



south end of 

Ringgold, 
of the Pacific, 



iii^* 



Beeners Channel 



Calii* . 



Row kiddle olough, between Browns and T/inter 
islands, near moutn of 3an Joaauin reiver.— 
itmg^old's Map of Anchorage off New York of 
the Pacific. 1850, 



Belmont 



[Belmont] 



^Statutes of California, 18513,276,1855. 

' Tov/n on W side San Francisco Bay, SY/ of 
San L'lateo. 



Bench Valley Fresno Co. Calif. 

U.S.Geoe:. Board. June 7.1911 ^"''^' ^^"^y* ^'""^ ^"""'y- ^^"■ 

v/g,. ^vcw. u.,1^ uno r ,X7AA f^r^i^^ latitude 37° 05', longitude 118° 



49- 




Calif. 



Beijicia; town on north Bide Strait of 
Caraumez. 35 miles from San Francisco. In 
1848 or 1849 contained about 1000 inhabitants 
including garrison; headquarters of Pacific 
Division of IL^.hrmy. — Buffui/^, E. Gould, 
Six Months in the Gold Mines, 149, 1850. 



Benicia 





— ~ [Benicia] 
cat of Solano Count 



ir 



~^tra 




ume 



II 



; 



Statutes of California, 185", 61, 1850. 
The infant city of Benicia."-- Kelly 
Excursion to Calif., Lond. ,11, 57,1851; Ibid. r.67 
(Benicio) . 

'Established as "permanent Seat of Gov- 
errjiiont " for State of California, May 18. 1853.- 



Statutes of California, 1853,217,1853. 



H" 




— SflllJL* 

•leiliaia. --Place on north bank of Straits of 
Karquinez selected in or before 1849 by Ma lor 
Gen, Persifor F. Smith and Commodore Jones *as 
the most favorable Ipcalitv for our military 
and naval depots."— Major I). H. Vinton, Senate 
Ex. Doc. 1, 31st Cong. 2d Sess. pt. 11,248, 1850 j 



Benicio 



[Benicia] 






•Kelly, Excursion to Calif., London, II, 

Tovm in Solano County, just .: 
Carauines. 



of Strait 



Bernardino, lit. 



[San Bernardino Peak] 



^ Tfilkes Expod. Narrative, V, map (dated 

1041) facing p. ieo.,.1845. 



f, -^^Y^ , , v* 



^Ww*/' 




c 




^.^tir-^ 




^-_- ^lountainOmn south 
to oan Bernardino Peak. — Lt. 
Repts. V, pt. 1. p, 8, 1856 . 



end** Sierra Nevada 
Williamson, P. R. 



R. 



Bernardino Sierra 



Name proposed for the ranges running 
transversely to S end ol* Sierra Nevada, ex- 
tending from that point to peak of San Ber- 
nardino. --Blake, 1^. P. , in Pac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt.II, 

135,1857. 



Bernardino Valley 



Blake, W.P,, in Pac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt.II,90;.aby 



)l»l|l!l»*«l«i;«h«l«!l"!'il* 'l|l|llrtl»*WIJi|l. 






Berryellessa Valley 



[B or rye 



C* C* r^ 



Valley] 

• Statutes of California., 1852, 192, 1852. 

'Valley on Puta Creek in !IE I!,: pa County E 
of Pope Valley. 

* Statutes of California, 1855,77,1855 (Berri 
essa Valloys) . 



Berryessa Ranch =Las Putas Ranch, Calif. 

"Las Putas Ranch, cornraonly known as the Berry- 
essa Ranch. "--L.L. Palmer, in Hist. of Napa and 
Lake Counties, Calif., Slocimi, Eowen &Co.. 
p.llO'(of Napa Co.,), 1881. 



Berries na Val leys 



[Berryessa Valley] 



•Valley in eastern Ila.pa County. 
'Statutes of California, 1855,77,1855. 



Terry s 

Place 18 miles HE of Benicia. 
.aap of California, 1B52. 



--Gibbes 



Eidlwell'8 Bar Uc3,,^a^'^^v'^«.oc•tW(tx■•V.^M^^l 
Bates: Four Years on Pacif .Ctoast, 
[5th Ed. 227, 1858 J 



Calif. 

,185 



Bidwells Ear 



[Bidv/ell:^, Tar], 



ribbes; Ilap of California, 1852. 

Ear on S Fork Feather River, 2 miles 
from junction vath II Fork. 



^^^^^11 [BidwelPs Bar] 

Provisionally named as county scat of 
Butte County, March 19, 1853. (-heretofore 
Bi dwell' s Bar") . 

•Statutes of California, 1853,53,1853. 



--*,;» , ^ 



Bestville 

•Place 44 miles from Orleans Bar via 
the Forks of Salmon River. 

'Statutes of California, 18rr^, 507,1855. 

• Mining village of some 15 houses on " 
Fork Salmon River, named for trader Best.-- 
C-ibbs, in Schoolcraft, 111,150,185.''.. 



Bidwell Peak 



Calif. 



Peak at the junction of Middle and South 
Fork of Feather River.— Sac rajmento Bai 
Transcript, April 1, 1851, 



Betumki or Metumki Vfclley . L'endocino Co., Calif. 

Little Lake or willits Valley at head of Outlet 
or., a tributary to main Sel liiver. 

Ba~tum-ki ; Redick McKee in San Francisco Courier, 
quoted by Sacramento Union, Oct. 3, 1851. 

Eetumki; Redick McKee, Senate Ex. Doc. 1.32nd 
Cong., 1st Sess., pt. Ill, 501, 1351. 

Miiaki: Gibbs in Schoolcraft. Ill, 115. 1853. 

Mtomkaj: Barrett, Ethno-Geog. Porno, 146,259,1908. 
The name is pronounced Me-tum-ki by the tribe 

(Me-tum-mah Porno) inhabiting the valley.^v^L 
Be-tum-ki by the Yokiah Porno of Russian River. -c^ 



BveV 




^^ij-. 












Big Bar (on Trinity River) 



[Big 1 ar] 



ace on Trinity River, W of T/eaverville. 
I^atutes of California, 1853,307,1853. 
.Gibbers Llap of California, 1852. 

Stat, of Calif., 1854, C22, 1854. 



Big &?r. (on Trinity River) 

Mentioned in narrative of prospector on 
527"^June^l871^^ ISi^-— Overland Monthly, 




P 



Big Bar 



Hutchings Calif. Mag., Ill, 490, 1859.- 



u ^ 



V 



L 



r^l 



.'-\ 



^1 



'V ^ 



Big Blue. Hills 



Fresno Co. 



Calif. 



U.S. Geog.Board,Mar.6, 1912 



Big Blue; Hills, Diablo Range, extend- 
ing alnng S?^n Jjoaqmn- -Vall^^^rorn 
Cantua Creek on northwest to Joaquin 
Ridge, on the southeast, Fresno 
County, California. 



T> • 



Big Canon 



long) . 



On :: Fork of Feather River, (r.4 rdle 



s 



1858. 



Hutchings Calif. Mag. II, 44:9l452, April, 



Big Devil Clark Oo 
See Devil Peat 



Calif, 




(on Trinity River) 



Calif. 



Mentioned in_ narrative of prospector on 
June^l^71^^^^ m IS^.— Overland Monthlv. 



thly, p. 52' 



Big Falls 



•Place on Tuolunine River, on NE boundary 
of Stanislaus Couiitj^iw'v-wtA^iliU^e*/,,,^^ I 

^otatutes of California, 1855,245,1855. 



Big Laggon 



Lagoon in Colorado Desert between 

Creek and Colorado River.--Blake,W.P. , 

Rr.Rep.,Y,pt.II,109,1857. 



C arise 
in Pac. 



Big Laguna 



Li3^x X X • 



On Colorado Desert, 6 milae from New 
Biver.— Marcy: Prairie Traveler, 293, N.Y. 
1859. 



Eig Laguna.-- Pacif .R.R.Repts. Gen.Map of Expl, 

& Surv. Calif. 1853. 




Svfli Uokk<L t-^^^-^'^ Vj\.<C^ 



Sji^V:5=c.A„U^'eoJG^- ^'"-^■v.\.H,Ho.<5,:i£'0,T>SlrA*no. 



txjJUC. 





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ali 



Bigler Lake L-Lao^TcLVioO 

Blake, Wm. P., Notes on Geology <i Mines of 

Nevada Territory (Washoe oilver^fiegion) , ''liarter 

lvJoum.Geol.3oc. London, pp. 317-328, ilpril 13, 
1864. 



Lake Bigler 



LNow Lake TahoeJ 



Calif. 



Lake nEimed by ''Gen."Tynn*s Indian Expedition 



TT 



for the Governor of .valifomia. 
Hutchings Calif. Mag., I I, 107, 108, Sept. 1857 . 
Oalled Lake Tahoe , Mountain Lake (Fremont), 
and Lake Bompland (Preuss). 

Letter from Lt.Lo wry, U.S. Boundary Commission- 
ers, Los Anj^eles, Jan. 30, 1861, oublished in 
S. F. Herald, Feb., 1861. 



»^± 



Calif. Farmer, Jan. 30, 1863 



-A.S.Taylor 



Bigler Lake =Lake Talioe 

--Article from Themis, a Sacramento (?) v/ee 
in Mem'l and Biog'l Hist.of No-th*n Calif.. 
Lewis Pub'g Co., "^94, 1891. 



kiy, 



Inn. 



Big Hfeadowsfproli. = Truckee Meadows] 



N«v» 



•*23 miles from the Sink of the HumlDoldt 
Marcy: Prairie Traveler, 276,N.Y.1859. 



Bir Meadows 



Hutchings Calif .Llag. , 1, 529, June,lS57. 



Big L'eadows 

Marshy mnadows in northern Sierra. 
• Hutchings Cal if .Lag. , II , 449, April , 185n . 
iiirte.— Tlie Big Meadows here mentioned ^lay be 

^' "^ -^^^^ %iX 1 ^y. ^^ not what is now known as 
Bif': Lieadows. 



Big Pyutt [=Piute] Valley 

Valley^ 15x4 miles^traversed by Y/ Fork 
Talker River, 

Hutchings Calif. Kag., II, 534, Jiuie 1658 



Big Eiver 



Mendocino Co» 



Calif. 



River emptying into Mendocino ^. --Hutch- 
ings, Calif. Mag. Ill, 157, 1858. 
Native Indian name 




Name applied 
because of blow-holes around the bay at its 
mouth.— History of Mendocino Co. 168. San 
Francisco, 1880. Alley, Bowen & Co. Pubrs* 



Big River 



i* 



* Stat. 



of Calif., 1854, 223,1854. 



the E. 



River emptying into Llendocino Bay from 



1 1 



Big Sulphur or Pluton Cr*eek". 



Calif 



Empties into Russian river. -Bamei: 
From Atlantic to Pacific^Overlani, 111, 

1866. 



Big Tree Grove 




[Bigtrees] 

Place in HE part of Calavera.s Countv. 
AnctrcfflP . 



Hutchings Calif .Mag. ,11, 538, June, 1658. 



Big Trees 



In Calaveras County. 

Hutchings Calif .Llag., I, 7B, Aug. ,1856. 









e<a-.^. 



\U^?fcA.-^ e^JU^./W^. VA. lV,VA.*^,:>S-o,i:^. \%(,Q, 



Bird 



in 



island '"^^^ - (2£^/l'/i^.. j Calif. 

Irn^an^aiicisco Bay.- Bryant: What I Saw 
Calif. 333, 1648.. [Entry dated Oct. 13. 18461 




Blx^J^ Tied: 







\W>=5a^J^' Cis^iia . ^^^ * ^3- ^^^-^-^-^-^i?-^ 'SS'1. 



Bitter Creek 

Bitter; creek, an intermittent stream 
heading in southwestern corner of 
Township ii North, Range 24 West, 
S. B. M., and flowing diagonally to- 
ward the northeast across the town- 
ship, Kern county, California. 



U.S.aeog*Board,Apr.7, 1909 



Bitterwater Creek 



Kern Oo. 



Calif. 



U.S.Geog.Board, Apr.7,1909 



Bittcrwater; creek, heading in south- 
eastern corner of Township 28 South, 
Range 18 East, San Luis Obispo 
county, and flowing into the San 
Joaquin valley in northwest quarter 
Township 27 South, Range 19 East, 
Kern county, California. 



Bittenratef Valley 

Bitterwater; valley,, of Bitterwater 
creek, from southwestern corner of 
Township 27 South, Range 18 East, 
to its debouchment, Kern county, 
California. 



KQm Q6. Calif 

U.S. Geog.Board.Apr.?, 1909 



Black Butte Creek 



Hutchings Calif .Llag. , 1,540, June, 1857. 






■a 



BeckY:itl-i,E.&. , in Ex.Lo^ti.i;:,9,o.'5d.Cor^. ,1st 
oes^. ,XYIII(pt.2) , Art. 5a, 1655. 

Beckwith,E.G. , in Pac.Rr.Rep.,II,Art.II, 
50,1855. 



Black Greek 

,__Creek flowing into Eel River from the 
K.-Gibbers,L:ap of California, 1852. 



Black Mt. 



Hutchings Cal if .Mag. , III , 146, 1858 



Black Mountains San Bernardino Go. 
See Dead Mountains 



Calif 



Black Butte 



llutchinf:s Calif. Lla^., 1, 540, June, 1857. 






^1 ^/ ■- W'^^ 



\ 



r- 



• * *' 






1-^ ' ■ I 

BeckwithjE.Q. , in Ex.Doc.l29,33d.Conf"^. ,l?!t. 
ef^s.,(XVIII(pt.2),Art,5a.;57,75;1855. 

Beckwith,E.G., in Pac,Rr.Rep.,n,Art.II, 



• i 



Blossom Rock 

Beecliey, Voyage of Blossom, 1,375,1831. 

Rock in San Francisco Bay about midway 
betvjecn Alcatraz and Goat Islands, discovered 
by Capt. Beechey a.nd by him named after his 
hip, the Blossom. _ ' 

De Mofras, Carte de 1» Oregon, des Cal- 
if ornies, &c, Map 16. 1844 . f Roche Blossom ) 



s 



Blue Creek 



[Blue Creek] 



Gibbe^^^i-ap of California, 1852. 

Creek flowing ST/ into Trinity River 
15 miles from mouth. 



cL 



bout 



Blue Mountain 

See Sutro Crest 



Calif. 



1:1 ue Mountain 



Mountain few miles SW of San Francisco, 

1,097 ft. high.-Blake,W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. 
V,pt.II,140,1857. _ ^ ' 

Rin^old, Chart :f San Pablo Bay. 1850. 



Blue Llountain Solano 

See Mount Vaca 



Co 



Calif 



Bluff Creek, or Otche-iooh 



• Cibbs in Sclioolcraft, 111,147,1853. 



riimts P.ocks 



Rocks off Cave Lieridocino.--GiTDte;2^ 
Llat) of California. 1852. 



Pte, Bodega 



Ll3odega HeadJ 




11. 



Headland on Pacific uoa^t W of Bodega 
Bay and N of Tomeies Point, Sonomi^ Co. 

Atlas du Voyage de la Perouse. Maf 31 (1786) 

1797 

De Molras, Carte de 1' Oregon et dti Uali- 

lornies, &c. Gen*l map, 1844 

Pte. de l a Bodega ou C. Roman 2off « Map 17 

ibid. 



Bodega and Port Bodega LBodega Bay] Calif. 

Vancouver, Voyage of Discovery, 1790-95 

lond., 1, 428.1798, & AtlasT pttd^ Iq 

Langsdorff 

London, "pY. 11,163^207'^ 18l4 7 
Kotzebue, Entdeckungsreise, Weimar, II. 9. 1821- 

Lloyd's translation, London, I, 285, 1821. 
Also Kotzebue New Voyage, London, II, 117, 

i^, lyjg (referred to as Port T^omcnzow 
_ or Bodega) 

De Mofr|s, garfe de 1^0r|fon, des Califomies 

uc, {jenn map, ig4£. (Pt^JiuaaoJalla. 

^odega } — 



Pointe Bodega LDe Mofras=Tomaies Pt.] Calit. 

Name used by de Mofras for Tomales 
at W entrance Tomales Bay. Not to 
fused with present Bodega Head. 



Point 
be con 



De Mofras, 'Jarte de 1 'Oregon et des Cal- 
if omies, Map 17. 1844 . 



Port de la Bodepia 

""7"'— 1 i Miiiriiniiniii-iiimiiiliniiiiiiii ••Wimww iW iiiii« ii ii i iii iiiii.. i iii-.. i i ^^^^ 



LBodega BayJ Calif 



De Mofras, 

1,108. 
Bodega 



Exploration de l'Oregon,o;:c. 
1844. Named by Don Juan de la 
y Quadra in 1779. 



Bodega Jky &, Point 



Calif, 



c^c^ Tyson, Geology of ualif. Sen. Doc. 47, 

31st Cong. 1st Sess.17, 1850 . 
Also on map. 

Bodega Point ibid, p. 18. 




Bodega Bay 



Gibbers, Lap of California, 1852. 

^*Vi 1 1 iaiason , ^ -> . , '-i-p , in Ex . Do c . 1 29 , 
•53d.Conr.,l3t.Se3s.,XVIII(rt.4),1855. 



Pu3rtp de Bodega ■ __^alif. 

Described by Font in 1776 as Ivinp; about 4 
leagues N of Point Reyes in Lat.38°18*. "los 
entrance is forTied.on tas side,b3/ ''^^ Punta del 
Cordon, k on the other, by the Punta de Arenas." 
-Pedro Fcnt:Dian/,Anza Expd. 1775-1776: Pubs. Acac 
Pacif. Coast Hist.yol.3,!To.l,p.69,:.Iarch 1913. 



Bodega Heeid 




ay.— 



Headlpuid at :: end of Bodega 
nibbes, Lan of California, 1852. 

'.'.' i 11 i ai.i3on , R . S , , map , i n E x . Do c . 1 "^9 , 

':3d.Cong.,l3t.Sess.,XVIII(r)t.4),lB55. 






Calif. 



fifidaeo..— Peter Corney, Y 
EafiilLl, 1813-1818. Lond 



Reprinted in Honolulu (book 



the Northern 

iterary Ga^.ette 1821; 
8N p. 33, 1896. 





L^uQut-ca 



Beechoy, Voyage of Blossom, 1,342: 11,651 
1051. WJir^.TI H.l^M. 



^^^^'^-j^^ '. \MJU.dir9' 



•v^^i^. 



. Xli*^tiU«-jLo^,\BSy. 



Bolbones, Sierra de los [=Mt. Diablo Range] 
Beechey, Voyage of Blossom, 1,374,1831. 



Sierra de l6s Bolbones 



CeI if 



Name used for Berkeley hills by Beechey. 

- Beechey: Voyage of Blossom [1826], 11,42, Bvo 

ed. 1831. fi-ws^3^^^r_. 



De Mofras, Carte de 

Galifornies, 

Indicated by 

de Diablo ou 

See Monte de Diablo 



1 'Oregon et des 
etc. Map 16. 1644 . 
De Mofras as "'Monte 
Sierra de los Bolbones''. 



Contra Costa Co. 
Rajicho Boca de la Canada de Pinole Calif. 



Rancho SE of Rancho Pinole, owned 
1836 by Felipe Br i ones. -- Wm. Heath 

Sixty Years in Calif., 1S31-69, 31, 



Name still in use. 



m 
Davis 

1889. 



Boca del Puerte Dulce t Suigun Bay] Calif 

Boca del Puerte Dulce (Mouth of the Fresh- 
water port) , name given by Pedro Font to 

Suisun Bay on Anza Expd. , 1775-76). — Pedro 

Font, Diar}^ Anza Expd.. Pubs. Acad. Pacific 

Coast Hist., vol. 3. no.l, 69, 1913. 



Bohorquez 



Calif. 



^^Snear Tomales Bay,Nl?7 of Estero 
Americano. 

De Mofras, Exploration de l»0refix)n. 

Tome II, p. 10, i£^ 



Rancha Bolsa Nueva y Moro Cojo Calif. 

Ranch owned in 1650 bj Jose Simeon Castro. 

The present site of the city of Castroville. - 

Wi. H. Davis, Sixty Years in Calif. ,1831-89, 
695, San Francisco, 1869. 



Bonita, Punta 
^6^^1831?'^^'^' "^'^^"^ of Blossom, I,345;II,652, 

Biake,f,P., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt.II,map 
facing p. 145, 1857(Pt. Bonita). 



^ 






^t f f i 




^ 

p 



Punta Boneta -. 

Pt. Bonita, N side of entrance to S 
— Beech ey: Voyage of Blossom, 11,3,1831 



JUalif. 

F.Bay. 
( Ftno t e ) 




Boneta, Pte. 



[Point Bonita] 



De Llofras, Carte de 1' Oregon, des Cal- 
ifornies, &c. (chart llo. 16) 1844. 

Point at IJ entrance to Golden Gate. 

Gibbet, Lap of California, 1052. (Point 
iBoneta) . 

vaiiiau.3on,R.3., mr- ^ in "x.Doc.l'^g.^'^d 

Co--.,lst.Sess.,XVIII(pt.4),1855(Punta do la ' 
Poneta) . 



Lake Bonneville 



Utah 



"Great Salt Lake (also called Lake Bonnevillel 
-F.A.Wislizenus: Journey to Rocky Mts. in 18^^ 
98, 1912. Also on map acconrpanying. 



Lake Bonpland =Lake Taiioe 

So named by Fremont. 1843-44, accordinf: to let- 
ter from him in History of Nevada, pub'^d by 
Thompson 8i West, 25, 1861. *^ 



Bonsai's Ferry - Calif. 

Bonsai's Ferry, on San Joaquin River, about 
13 miles S of Stockton. Tyson, Geology of 
Calif. Sen.Doc.47, 31st Cong. 1st Sess. 15,1850. 



BOREGO VALLEY ( Sp. borrego-big horn sheep) 

"Borego Valley and Springs are located 
about ten miles east of the Verruga P. 0, 
Bar ego is Spanish for sheep and the name 
was applied to the valley and spring by the 
early settlers in the mountains to the west 
of them on account of the large bands of 
mountain sheep (big horns) that roamed the 
valley and watered at the spring, it was a 
favorite hiinting ground for the Indian, 
Mexican, and American, but alas; "the big 
horns* like the Indians are passing; 'tis 
seldom a track is no^^een. ' 



JAI.1ES J. JASPER 



12/5/24 



PLACE OR THING NAMED 

BOREGO VALLEY 






COUNTY 



SM DIEGO 



For what person, place, thing or event was this place named? 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first applied 



If the name first appeared on a map or In a book give the author, title and date 



Are there any other explanations of the source of this name? 



Name and address of person supplying this information 

^)^it^ from San Diego Count?' Librar5^ 
^^>->^3d Mpy-oh 1936 Sec op p osite aidc v 



CALIFORNIA STATE 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Information on sources of California Place Names 



g°^^^° ''^ - (Sp. borrego, Mg hom sheep) 

and e^t »°untain Is a short distance south 
2^5/1 f* ^2^ Borego Springs. There are 



See also 



BOREGO VALLEY 




PLACE OR THING NAMED 



BOREC-0 MT. 



COUNTY 



SM DIIGO 



For what person, place, thing or event was this place named? 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first applied 



If the name first appeared on a map or in a book give the author, title and date 



Are there any other explanations of the source of this name? 



Name and address of person supplying this Information 

/la from San piego Oounty Librar5!^ 



CALIFORNIA STATE 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Information on sources ct California Place Names 



BOREGO SPRING (Sp. boprego ,blg horn sheep) 

"Borego Spring is one of the important 
Watering places of the Colorado Desert". 
Evidences of broken pottery indicate that 
"Borego Spring"was long the site of an In- 
dian settlement. It is claimed by some 
authorities that Auza passed here on his 
memorable march. 

See also Borego Valley. 




PLACE OR THING NAMED 

BOREGO SPRING 



COUNTY 

SAN DIEGO 



o 



For what person, place, thing or event was this place naTnedT 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first applied 



If the name first appeared on a map or In a book give^th^liirthoTrtTtl^l^Fldld^t^ 



Are there any other explanations of the source of this nani^ 



Name and address of person supplying this Information 

^ta from San Diogo Count?- Library* 

'-^yi^d March lQ:^fi Soo op pnsitr. ^\r\f^ 



CALIFORNIA STATE 



Information on sources of California Place N 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



ames 



Boston, 



CalilL 



Extinct paper town at or adioinins 
Indian village Poosodne on north bank 
American River, at junction with Sacrairento 
River^ 

•*-^SBouu 100 yards above the old Ei pbarcad ero 
the site upon' which Sacrairento City now stan\ 
Title by g^ranty deed frorr- Capt. J*. A. Sutter" 
to Eleal) GrimeB, Hirarrf Grimes, and John 

Sinclair. — Buffun^ E.Gould, Six Months in 
the Gold Mines, 153-154,1^50. 



) 



' Buffurr adds that Boston was surveyed 

by J.Halls and Lieut. Ringgold, U.S.N. and 

is laid out in squaree 240 ft. x »^80 ft; 
each subdivided into 8 building lota 80 x 

100 ft., with large public squares, and 
reservations for school-houses, churches, 
and public buildings. Lots were selling at 
from $200 to $1000 each. 



lov^t 



BoRuon 

I'lncG on i: side Rio 

[A^nerican River] at mouth, 
ifornia., ISo:;. 



de loR /'uiioricanos 
Gibbet i:an of Cal 



Bottilleas =Jackson, Calif. 



--Article from Themis, a Sacramento (?) weekly 

i^ ^^?Sni ^ ^}^^^ {^ist. Of North'n Calif., 
90, 1891. (Lewis Pub'g Co.) ' 



^ 



Bound's Slough 



Colusa Co. , Calif 



On Sacramento River 20 miles above Colusa.— 
J.H.Rogers, Colusa County, Its History and 
Resources, p. 137, 1891 



Brand y Gulch 

-£ross^7b7flunie from Clear Cr'^^d^T^^ 
Youngs lull, Yuba County. 

Kutchin£:s. Calif .Mag., II, 105^c^.p^^^3g^^^ 






CiaU 



I 



Brannan Id. 



. Calif 



South of Taylor Id. [now Grand Id.]; 
bounded on west and north by Sacramento 
and on south and east by Hensley Slough 
Sevenmile Slough].— Ringgold, Chart of 
mento Hiver, 1850. 



River 

[now 
Sacra- 



Brannan River =Eel River, Calif. 

So named by Saml.and Jolin Brannan. in 1850. 
Thought thsy had discovered it. --Frank T. Gilbert 
Hist. of Calif. Vol.1 of Hist. of Butte Co., Cali 
by Harry L.Wells, p. 125, 1682. (Two vols.iA one. 



Brajint^'s tule farm 



On west side San Joaquin Biver,. 5 or 
miles belov/ riouth of Disapoomtment 
San Francisco Weekly Bulletin, }Jla.r, 
1660. 



6 

Slough. 

17, 



Breccia Pass 



Pass in Sierra Nevada, near middle fork of 
Stanislaus River (alt. 10,150 ft.) .—Blake, W.P. 
in Pac,Rr.Rep.,V,pt.II,135,1857. 



Bridge House 

ee Cosumne 



Sacramento Go 



Calif. 



KJ 



H 



ridgeport- 



Calif. 



On Yuba river. INE of Marysville] - 
Bates: Four Years on Pac if. Coast, ,18fc7| 

L5th Ed. 179, 1858.] 



Brigliton 



[Brif;ht.on] 



Town at head of navi^jation on /imcr- 
ican River, a.'/^ r.:J^ t k| ^u..ww..^dU- eitz^ . 

~ '(v^^^^"^^^? ""^ California, 1851, 423, 1851 
aibbei:s,i:ap of California, 1052. 



) 



■ ■<»m»mmmnmmmmmmm m iim mm mmm'»m\H.. 



Brookl^rn =Red Dog, Calif. 

Red Dog or Brooklyn. Says "ineffectual efforts" 
were made to change name to Brookljoi.- -A. A. Sar- 
gent. Sketch of Nevada Co., in Brown & Dallison' 
Nevada, Grass Valley, and Rounh and Ready Direc- 
tory, for lb5b, 15, 16, 185(;. ■ -^ 



BrookljTi =Red Dog. 
Bean's History aM 
Calif., 371, 1867. 



-E.G.Waite, in [Edwin F.] 
Directory of Nevada Co., 



Browns Id. (now York Id.)_ 



Calif. 



On south side ouisun Bay between Black 
Diamond and mouth of •Jillow ureek. — Einggold, 
Ito of Anchorage off New York of the Pacific, 
1850. [The name Browns Id. has since been 
transferred to the much larger 
of miles to the east, known on 
chart as Gwin Island.] 



island a couple 
Ringgold's 



Brown's Rancho 

About 35 miles from 

to Placerville.— 
Ma}^ 27, 1851. 



Sacramento on the 
Sacramento Daily 



Calif. 

road 
Transcript 



Brushy Peak 



Alameda Co., Calif 



•A lone mountain 9 miles NE of the Town of 
Liyenrore.* — Bartlett. Wm. P.,ed. .Livemore 
Valley, p. 7, Livemore, 1878. 



^ne^'- 



Buchon Bay tEstero Bay or Morro Bayl Calif. 

*The mission of San Luis LObispcl v/as situated 
in Lat. 35*38*, 3 leagues from the sea (where 
there is a "bay called Buchon opening to the W)**- 

Palou, Vida de Padre Junipero Serra»142, Mexico 

1787. 



[=?Price CanvonJ San Luis ObisT30 Go. Calif. 
Eancheria del Bucnon (or San Ladislao)^--- 

Small Indiein village apparently in Price 
Canyon about 2 or 3 miles N of present Piamo 
Lake. Visited by Portola Expd. in 1769. The 
chief of the village had a tumor on his neck, 
and for this reason the soldiers called him, 
his village and the entire "canyon" £1 Buchon . 
— Crespi, Diary Portola Expd. in Pal ou ' s 
Moticia de la Nueva Calif., 2, 158, Mexico, 
Crespi named it San Ladislao ) 1874. 



Rancheria del Buchon — 
Portola Expd. , Pubs. Acad, 
vol. 2, nc.4, 217, 1911. 



Costanso, Diary 
Pacific Coast Hist. 

(over) 



On the return journey Costanso 
this locality as the Plan de Ips 
(watercress"). — Ibid. 303T 



speaks 
Berros 



of 



In 1776 the Anza Expd. haltdd at the 
ancheria del Buchon. 17 leagues N of Santa 
Inez River, — Pe'dro Font, Diary Anza Expd., 
Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 3. no.l, 
57, 1913. 



Buchon. Lit. del 



1^0 vw3^ ^ V/c^Vl Yv 



De ' liof ras , Carte de 1' Oregon, des Cal- 
ifornies, Lc, 1844. 

Point Puchon, T end of Esteros Bay. 

ancouver, Voyare of Biscovery, 1790-95, 
Bond., II, 446, 1798 (Mountain or Uount del Euchon\ 

h Atlas. 



luck eye Flat 

Place [in|^ib:iador County] between Deer 
Creek and Hud Spriiigs. 

'Stat, of Calif., 1854, 22, 1854. 



Bucksport 



[BucksTDort] 



of 



•Statutes of California, 1853,307,1853. 
Landing on E side of Humboldt Bay, 1] 
entrance. 

CribbewS Lax) of California, 1852. 
' Small settlement about 1 mile !1 of Elk 
River on Kuniboldt r;ay.--Cibbs, in Schoolcraft, 
111,132,1853. 



Buckeye House 



[Buckeye House] 



l'^ 




Place on SW "border of Plumas County, 

<'oen H Fk. and Lliddle Fk. Feather River. 
^ Statutes of California, 1854,129,1854. 



Bucks 



Place on S side U Fork Pdo d. 1. Arner- 



icanos [Morican R,], 15 miles E of mouth of 
HumbiV3 Creek. — Gibbes, Llap of California, 1852. 



1\.frf 



I 






Budeville _ 

Place 11 of liidcUe Fork Rio d. 1. 
icanos [American River] .':8 miles UIF. of 
urn.-Gibbes, Uvcr^ of California, 1852. 



Arner- 

Aub- 



Buena Vista County 

•Established April 30, 1855, and defined. 
;^^^''^^^^GS of California, 1855,203,1855. 



Buonavontura Valley 

llQuie covers whole of interior valley of 
California (both Sacrauento r.nd f.-an Joaquin 
Valleys) on Y/ilkes map.- Y/ilkes Fxped. \ 
tive, V, map (dated 1841) facing p. 150, 1845. 



arra- 



Buena Vista Vallsy K3i*n Cd. Calif, 

U<5 r*af\n' P/^nv*^ A-rv«. rf mnft Buena Vista; valley, lying between 
.b.txeOg,BOard,Apr.7,1909 the two ranges comprising Buena 

Vista hills and Elk hills, Kern 
count}', California. 



Buenavista 



LMontereyJ_ 



Calif. 



Early name for present Monterey. 
De Mofras, Carte de l»Oregon, des Calif or- 

nies &c, Gen'l map, 1844. 
But on his Chart 14 of Monterey 
Bay he uses the name Presidie ae 
Monte- Key and omits the name 
i^e n avista . 



Buenavista Monterey Co., Calif. 

On Rio de Llonterey [=Salinas R.] about 6 
lea^o^-ies SS of Monterey. -Pedro FontrDiar/, 
Anza Sr;d. 177" -1776 tPubP.Acad.Pacif.Ooast His 

7ol.3,Ho.i;p. Ill .March 1913. 

Point (possibly ranch) SE of Monterey - 
apparently on road froai Monterey to Salinas 

Valley. — DeMofras, Carte de L* Oregon, des 
Californies, &c, 1844. 









ame still in use 



o 



BuGiia Vista 

Indian settlcriicnta^^^fl^^;i: of 

• Mory, Military ^-conr Ft. Lervenworth 
to San Diof;o in r^46-47, 116,1848. 



Buenavista Kern Co., Calif, 

Pont speaks of a place called Buenavista to 
which the soldiers had reconnoitered when they 
had gone to the tule-swairps near the mission 
of San Luis (Obispo). —Pedro Tont, Diary 

Anza }?xpd. 1775-76, Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast 
Hist., vol. 3, no.l, 91, 1913 











^ 








Buena Vista Lake 



Senate Ex. Doc.l, 32d Cong.,lr>t P.oss., 
pt. Ill, 494,1851. 




V;illi.?ir.3on,R.S., map, in Ex. Doc .1"^, 33d. 

Con;;.,l-.t.Sess.,XYIII(pt.4),1855. 

Williamson, R.S,, in Pac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt.I, 

El, 1853. 



Buena Vista Hills 



Kern Qo. 



Calif- 



U^StG8Og*Board^Apr-7^1909 



Buena Vista; hills, low ridge extend- 
ing from northeast quarter of Town- 
ship 32 South, Range 24 East, north- 
westerly to middle of Township 31 
South, Range 23 East, Kern county, 
California. 



Buena Yista Oi*6ek 

Buena Vista; creek, main watercourse 
of Buena Vista valley, Kern county, 
California. 



KQtn 06* 



Calif. 



U.S.Geog. Board, Apr. 7,1909 



Buenos /ires 



Calif 



Buenos_^i r es : Place in Lower San Joaquin Vallev 



J. M. i/Ti 



laaor, Yerr:9rias sobre Historia Calif 



y 33, MS, Bancroft library, 1877 



w. 



Bunnell Cliff and Pclnt 

U.S.Geog.Board.JunQ 5,1912 



■■#«:■'■ I il H HIIIi r iil IM«llil|p| » 



Calif 



Bunnell; Cliff and Point, south wall 
of Little Yosemite, on line between 
Sections 21 and 28, Township 2 S., 
Range 23 E., Yosemite National Park, 
California. 



Bunnell Olif f and Pdltt£ 
U.S.Geog* Board, June 5,1912 



C!aiif» 



Charlie Burch's 



"Near Feather I^iver.''— Delano, A., Life 
on the Plains and iimong the Diggings, p. 245, 
Auburn, 1854. 

Called»French Charley's* on R. 3.V/illiam- 
son*s Sketch of Route of Capt. Warner's Ex- 
ploring Party in Sacramento Valley, 1850. 

Rent, in Sen. Doc. 47, 31st Con^. 1st Sess.Pt.II 
1850 . 



Buri 

De Mofras, Carte de 1' Oregon, des Cal- 
if omies, S-c. map IIo. 16, 1844. 

Place (probably ranch) on San 
Peninsula S of San Bruno Lit. 



Francisco 



Burri Burri 

Farm 12 miles S of San Francisco, tri- 
butary to Mission at San Francisco. 



1831 . 



Beechcy, Voya£;e of Blossom, 1,371,375, 



Barri Burri 



Gal if* 



The farm of San Francisco Mission situated at 
Burri Burri. —Beechey: Voyage of Blossom [1826] 
11,37^831- ^"U. 




BurllDurf 



Calif, 



Name on map of San Francisco district, 1800-30, 
on the peninsula a little S of San Francisco. 
—Bancroft,Hist, Calif, 11,376,593,1885. 

Burri Burri. —Ibid (after diary of Alex. 
Collie's party frcm H.M.S. Blossom, 1826), III, 
121 ftnote,1885. 

Buri-buri. Rancho on peninsula S of S.F.-Ihid 
11,592,1885, 



Burgottville 

Village on T!' bank of Fall River, 3/4 

mile S of Ft. Crook. IJainedl for William Burgett, 
a pioneer.- Stephen Powers, Overland Llonthly, 
XII, 414, Llay, 1874; Ibid XIII, 350, Oct. 1874. 



Burnett Isle 



Calif. 



Now Montezuma Island, mouth of jacramento 
^iver.-- I^mggold^s Map of Anchora/^ off New 
York of the Pacific. 1850. 



Burns* Creek 



[Burns Creek] 



Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,Y,pt.II,14, 



1857. 



Creek flowing into San Joaquin River from 
the E, between Merced and Mariposa Rivers. 



Bush River =San Joaiiuin R. 

Walksr's party, 1853, weuetold that the river 
which they descended [the San Joaquin] was the 

iwo Lariesvor Bush river. "--Adventures of Zenas 
Leonard, 191], 1904 (repr.from original of 1&29J. 



& 



^\^\ a C\ 



Butte 



[Butte City] 



llentioned as alternate county seat\— the 
other choice being Chico. 

•Statutes of California, 1050, 62, 1850. 
Gibbet, Lap of California, 1852(Butte City). 



Butte City 

Place between Jackson and Clinton 
[Aiuador County] .--Stat. Calif . ,1054, :.2::, 1054. 



Butte County 



Established Feb. 18, 1850 and defined. 
•Statutes of California, 1850, 62, 1850. 

County divided into Butte and Pluina 



Count ies77l8t34. 



b 



.Statutes of California, 1854, 129, 1854. 



B. des 3 Buttes LButte Creek] 



Calif. 



Tributary of Sacramento R. ; flows W.^ 

K sidG 
De Mofras, Carte de 1 ^Oregon, des Califom 

ies, &c. Gen'l map. 1844 . 

See Sgcramento p , 



mgynjj^ 



Bute Creek 



CButtc Creek] 



Creek rising- in Sierra foothills I:NE 
of Chico and emptying into Sacroincnto River just 
belor Colusa and W of Llar^-sville Euttes. 

tatutes of California, 1850,101,1650. 



n 



'0. M. Y/ozencraft, Senate Ex. Doc.l, .32d 
Cong., 1st Sess., pt. 3, 500, 1851. 

^. dts 3^ittfe5.--"37cTycf )-us . Carte de I'Or* <oti , de 5 



Butte Creek 



[Butte Creek] 



S 



tatutes of California, 1650, 101, 1050. 
ilutchings Calif .Llag. ,1,494,1857. 
Creek rising in Sierra foothills lIliE of 
Chico and emptying into Sacranento Fiver just 

bclovr Colusa and T of Larysville Tuttes. 
• iljb(^ Llap of California, 1852. 



C 



^CxyJ-<4 ^ ^^<'u<AxiA^^AJbv\A^ 



-Butte Co. ,Calif, 



B utte Mills rMa^ Tfijia] 

Name of Pos to f fie e ^stabllshei^^^ogtownj^ 
185'L_Jame_diaiTged_ to_ifegalia_in 1861.— 
Gilbert, Wells &__Cha pter3, Hi atoiy of Butti 

_County, p,_262, 1882. 



Butte Mountains 



[=L:arysville Buttes] 



1858. 



Hutchings CoIif.Llag. ,111,123-128, Sept. , 



The Buttes 



[Wow IJarysville Buttes] 



- French name given in 1829 by band of 
Hudson Bay Go's hunters under Michael Lafrmn. 
beau. The county was later named from the 
Buttes. 

Tuthill, Hist. Calif., 303,' 1866. 






Buttes" LW>^sviIIV(lBu3:V^s3 __Calir. 

"l^ear the confluence of the Rio da las 
Plumas and the Sacra/nento,and about 60 or 
70 miles above Sutter's Fort."-- Bryant: 
What I Saw in Calif, 287, 1848. 



Eutteville 



Place E of Colusa. - 



ifornia, 105:3. 



CW Butte] 
-Gibbes, Llap of Cal 



Butcs 



1841) 



— [Marysville Butte s] 

T^ilkes Ezpecl. !:arrative, V, map (dated 
facing p. 150, 1845. 



Butter Creek =Butte Greek 

Adam Johnston in Schoolcraft, 
710, 1857. '"^ 



Calif. 
Ind. Tribes, VI, 




Cache Creek] 



Cache Creek 

-Creek ^^mptying- into SacicaAento River 
little 1]Y/ of Sacramento , 

Statutes of California, 1^, 61, 1850. 






tat. of Calif.\l8[;4, 






•Gibbs, in Schoolcraft, 111,109,1853. 
C-ibb(^ ,i.:ap of California, 1852. 



Oash Creek 



Calif. 



[Cache Creek J. Tyson: Geo logy of Calif, Sen. 

Doc.47,31st Cong. 1st Sess. 21,1850. Also on map 
Cache Creek* Derby: Topographical Memoir of 
Sacramento Yalley. <5en.Doc.47, 31st Cong. 1st 

Sess.14,1850. 

Cache creek.- Bryant: Fnat I Saw in Calif .348^ 

1848. [Entrjr of Oct.31,1846.] 



Cash Creek 



[error for Cache Creek] 



Pvelly, "nxcursion to Calif., London, II, 



Co^cAvovvW 



XoVo c; 



HolVv<2. ^WoJV^^J^^*^ \o\ 



^a.\l ^^ 



Gacheville Molol 

Yolo Co. 
Gal 



Co., in Memorial and Biop:*l Hist.o 
if., Lewis Pub'g Co., 262/1691. 



f 



North* n 



Barrett, Univ. Calif. Pubs., Arch. & Ethnol., 
Vol. 6. 294. Feb. 1908. 




Cahto 



Mekdocino CoJalif 
Name applied by natives botla to that loca- 
tion and the people who inhahitdd it. 'Cah* 



means water and 'to* mush, and was applied to 

the section because of the large swampy lake 
originally there, the greater portion of ^ich 
was water-mush — Oah-to . People were Imo^Jt^ ^ 
all surrounding tribes as Oah-to pomq . 

History of Mendocino Co. 167-168, San j?an- 
elsoo 1880. Alley, Bov/en Sc Co« Pubrs. 



Cahwia River 



[Kav/eah Creek] 



G, W. BarlDour, Senate Ex. Doc.l, 32d 
Cong,, 1st Sess., pt. 3, 493, 1851. 








K *?, ir** iVcxja . 



Cajon de los Mejicanos or _ Calif. 

Caj on Pass L t- -h^, ^.^.j^^^y^ -^ |u,dUL Cajewl 

Rept.Lt.E.O.O.Ord in S0n.Doc.47, 31st Cong.lst 
Sess. 125, 1850. 



Calif 



Cajon de los Negrds dr Prletos 

West of Cajon Canyon, probably Lone Pine 
Canyon. -Hept.Lt.E.O.O.Ord in Sen.Doc.47, 
51st Cong. 1st Sess. 125,1850. 



Galloon Pass CCajon Pass] 



Calif. 



Marcy: Prairie Traveler, 278, N.y.l859. 



Cajon de Tenoco 

Canyon lying I. of Santa Anna River about 
30 miles from i.iouth. --Will ia,ruson,R.S. , map, in 
Ex,Doc.l29,-33d.Cong.,l3t.Ses~.,XVin(pt.4),1655. 



Cajon de TenocOvPass 



Pass leading S from the summit of Canada 



de ias UvasCalt. 4,256-ft.) .-.Elalce,W.P. , 
Pac.Rr.Rep,,V,pt. II, 137,1857. 



m 



n o -: 



Ccijon Mt. 



Mountain little S of Cajon Fa3G.--\riliiajii- 

son,R,S., map, in Ex.Doc.l29,3.3d.Conr. .Is^t.Sess 
XVIII(pt.4),1855. " 



Cajon de las Uvas Pass ^^^^^"^^"^ ^^ la-. Uvn- Pas 

I's.ss in Si:e«?€LJIiiy^da ("lat. 34° 50 »• alt 
4,256 ft."). 

John S. Hittell, Hutchings Calif .iJa^. . 
I II, 357, Feb., 1359. 



Oajon de los tJvas 

San Fernando Pass. 
Sen. D0C.47, 31st Cong.lst 



Calif. 
Rept.Lt.E.O.O.Ord in 
Sess. 125, 1850. 



CaionTass. cr Calif. 

i'' 

Oajon de los ifejicanos L^«.A«>^.'Vv^x«A^LuwJb=A. <i«.^oH.*\ 

— Rept.of Lt.E.O.C.Ord, dated Nov.6,1849,in Sen. 
Ex»Doc.47,31st Cong.lst Sess.125, 1850. 

Oajon Pass. — Humphreys, A. A. <jc V/arren,G.K. , 33d 
Gong. 1st Sess., ILEx. Doc. 129, p. 68, 1855. 






[Caion Pass] 






7^^d . 



f 



on/2:. ,ls+. .Sess 



'^r^ • ) 



-i,r 
A 



^r 



III(T)i 



i; 



1655 



Wliipple,A.Y/. , map no.2(dated 1853-4), in 
Ex.Doc,129,33d.Cons.,ist.Ses^^XVIII(pt.4),1855, 

Davis, in Pac.Rr. Rep. ,1,^21', 1855. 
Huinphreys,A.A.& Warren, G.K. , in Pac.Rr. 
Rep., I, Art. II, 75, 1855. 

Formerly caiied El Cajon de los Mejicanos.- 

Blake, I.P., in Pac.Rr .Rep. ,V,pt. II. 85 185'?. 



Cajon Pass 



3. 



[Cajon Pass] 



(ait. 4,676 ft.). -.Blake, W.P., in Pac. 
Hr.Rep.,V,pt. II, 137,1857. 



Oajon Calif. 

Name on map of Los Angeles district, 1800-30, 
in the hills north of San Bernardino & south 
of Mojave Desert. - Bancroft,Hist. Calif. II, 
352,1885. 



Cajon Pass 



[Cajon Pass] 



Pass in Coast Range ("lat. 34° 15* ; alt. 
4,676 ft."). 

John S. Hittell, Ilutchings Calif .IJa^., 
III,557,Feb.,1859. 

•Cribbes^Uap of California, 1852. 
Dtivis, in 'v^ .I^oc. 129, 330. Cohg. ,1st, Ses3. , 
XVni,(p^.l) Intro., ;:6,18o0. 

JIuiuphrGys, A. A. fi. Warren, G.K. , in Ex .Doc . 129 , 
'^^^d . Cong. , 1 s t . Ses s . , XYI 1 1 , ( pt .1) Art . 1 ; 53; 1GL)& . 



Cajon Creek 



V.n'iir)T)le.A.\7. , in ■^"^.Doc.l29,33ruConf^., 

lst.SGSs.,XYIII(pt.2),Art.6-,31,70,1855. 

Cred: flov/inf^ into ?.nnta Anna River from 

,1V/, about 3 miles '7 of Cajon Pass. 

Whipple, A. W., in Pac.Rr,Rep.,III,Art.I, 

21.1856. 



Alameda k Santa Clara Cos., 
Rio Calavaros [ = Coyote River & Slough] Califl 

River emptying into San Francisco Bay from 
the SE. — Beechey. Voyage of Blossom, 8vo.etf. 
London, II, 426.* 1831. 

Beechey, Ibid, 4to. ed. London, II, 653, 1831 
Riv.er h Slough emptying into S extremity San 

Francisco Bay frcm SE. — DeMofras, Carte de , 

I'Oregon, des Calif ornies, etc. (map #16) 1844. 

LNow known as Coyote River .or Slough.] 

Note: May have been mistaken for mouth of 

Calaveras Creek of K part Mt. Hamilton. R^l^^n 




W' W K^ ♦ 



Alameda a S;.;iit.a ulara 
Calaveras Creek, Valley and Grant Calif 

Tract of land in hills near Mission San 
Jose. -- Frederic Hall, Hist. San Jose, 91,1871. 

Calaveras ''alley and Creek in N part of Mt. 
Hamilton Range E of s:und end of San Francisco 
Bay, creek flovdng N into Alameda Creek. 



Note. 1-- Mote to be confused with Calaveras 
River in Sierra foothills. 



Alameda & Santa Clara Cos., 
Bio Calavaros [ = Coyote River h Slough] Califl 

River emptying into San Francisco Bay from 
the SE. — Beechey, Voyage of Blossom, 8vo.e3^. 
London, II, 426, -1831. 

Beechey, Ibid. 4to. ed. London, II, 653, 1831 

Piv.er h Slough emptying into S extremity San 
Francisco Bay fron SE. — DeMofras, Carte de , 
1' Oregon, des Calif ornies, etc. Wp #16) 1844. 
[Now known as Coyote River lOr Slough.] 

Note: May have been miisfbaken for mouth of 
Calaveras Creek of N part Mt. Hamilton R^g^.) 



v/hich empties into Alameda Creek. — Not to 

be confounded v/ith Calaveras piver in Sierra 
foothills in Calaveras and Sa.n Joaquin Cos* 



Alameda a Sonta Clara Cos., 
Calaveras Creek, Valley and Grant Calif 

Tract of land in hills near Mission San 
Jose. -- Frederic Hall, Hist. San Jose, 91.1871 

Calaveras "alley and Creek in N part of Mt. 
Emilton Range E of s:und end of San Francisco 
Bay, creek flovdng N into Alameda Creek. 



Note. V- Note to be confused with Calaveras 
Eiver in Sierra foothills. 



Calaveras Creek 



Santa Clara & Alameda Co 



•Rises in Santa Clara 
way through deep canyons 
^fe. P. Bartlett, editor. 
1878. 



County and finds its 
into Alameda Creek.*— 

LivenriOre Valley, p.6, 



Calaveras, Rio d. l.< [Calaveran River] ^ 

River flowin^^, into San Joaquin River 
from the E, a little T of Stockton.-G-ibbel^s, 
Map of California, 1052. 
"Skull creek", a tributary of San Joaquin River, 

— Fremont: Expl. ^rpd. to Oregon & Calif •(l644j 
249, 1845. 



^-«^ «-5U^NacW,VCVVvv«-,NoL-<lW-Wxs.-KOL. 



no 



Arroyo de las Calaveras L^»-Vo-\/tto^sXis«l Calif. 
Skull Creek", a tributary of San Joaauin R. 

- Fremont :Expl.Erpd. to Oregon &; Calif . (1844), 
249, 1845. 



Calaveras County 



n 



Established Feb. IB, 1B50 and defined. 
Statutes of California, 1850, 63, 1850 



JlM^.J^aA>ib<? o/i^-i-UL O^I;^l'^il?^ oJ\. 



^tj^,^::^;-^.^^;::^ 



X(o^. 




M 



(tMU\OA.T^ 



County p;rantcu nrivilege o f ^<M?gft«*4**ig 

Mador County, Llay, 11, 1854. 

Statutes of California. 1B54, 45, 1B54 



Calav eras 



Sa n Joaquin Co. , Cm1 if 



Fjace a little beyond the present city of 
btockoon .— J. M, Apador, Merr^orias sobre 
Historia Calif.. x>. 15, MS, Bancroft Library, 

can^^C.'LvL'^^^ Moquelajos on site now 
called Calavera8--J. A. Palomares, Memoria, 



Galaberas R. tCalaveras Rivexl 

On map by J. H. Col ton, 1653. frontispiece in 
Adventures of Gapt .Bonneville, 

Revised edition. 



'a.^U 



t 



Irving, 1652. 



Galaverfls Rivftr 



Salil. 



Calfiveras River.— Major D. H. Vinton: Senate 

Ex, Doc. 1, 31st Cong. 2d Sess. pt. II, 245,1850. 



Caldwell's store [-Nevada City] 



U8J.H • 



The C£rrp at Caldwell's store, Peer Creek, 
1P50 grew into present Nevada City.— 0. L. 
Canfield, editor, Diarv of a forty-niner, p 

1906. 



6. 



a.lu <v d X 



1 f 
1 



Upper Store 



Deer Greek Dry DiggingeJ^^^^Bda City, Calif. 

Up to March 1850.— E.G. Waite, in [Edwin F.jBean* 
History and Directory of Nevada Co., Calif., 79, 
1867. 

• » 

Same by A.A.Sargent, Sketch of Nevada Co., in 
Bromi & Dallison's Nevada, Grrass Valley, fi Roueii 
and Ready Directory for 1856, 21, 1856. 



Calera . Calif. -- 

Name on map of San Francisco district, 1800-30, 

a little S of San Jose Mission. -Bancroft, 
Hist. Calif. 11,376,593, 1885. (N.of Tularcitos)] 






ap 



G 



en^ra^i VVa.r\\£, Q, c v c k \vn c^ ~t"kx- 



\'>ivwcyt^i ul (_^( V -^o t w\ a. 



S 



<L..<n^.^ 




|||piili»i»i!ii%..,..- mx' . 



California Range 



C=Sierra iievcida] 



T^ilkes E:jqpcd. liarrative, V, map (dated 
ie41) facing p. lEO, 1845. 



California, Cordilleras 



l?/hipple,A.W., in Fac.Rr.Eep.,III,Art.III, 



40,1856. 



California desert 



39,1856. 



V/hippie,A.W., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,III,Art.III, 



Calif mia Is ]a,nds 



In Sacramento River lust below Chico 
Crilbert, Wells & Chambers. History 
County, p: 201, 1882. 



Landing, • 
of ButLe 



lalioX of CaXifo rniq ^ 

• 22iAnnual Report U. 3. (jeological Survey 
(for* 1900-19010. part 4, p. 46l, 12Q£. 




Calistoga 

Origin of nar:ie Calistoga. "Calistoga is, 
v/e believe, a merely fanciful comLination of 
the first two syllables of California and the 
last tv;o syllables of S- ratoga, applied to a 
poToular California Biia." 

Overland Monthly, H 439 footeciiote. 
May, 1869. 



Hot Springs (by Ajuericans) 7-nr-i -1 «+^^^ n.v 
Agua fialientetby Span'ds h Inds jj~^^l^_^i^s^'^^^^' 

--L.L. Palmer, in Hist. of Napa and Lake Coun- 
ties, Calif. Slocum, Bowen & Co., p. 529 (of 
Napa Co.) , IbSl. 



Cvjipella N of Ukiah. Mendocino Co. Calif. 

Bamed after chief Cul.pa-lan , Tshich sig- 
nified a mussel or shell-fish hearer. 

History of Mendocino Co. 167, San Frt^ncisco 
1880. Alley, Bowem 



5: 



uo. Puhrs. 



In Oarmal Valley. "Before the valley of San 
Oannelo opens out, the traveller is apprized of 
his approach to the mission by 3 large crosses 
erected upon Mount Calvary**. - Beech ey, Voyage of| 

Blossom [1827], II, 86,1831. ^'*«^, 




Cameron Creek 



[Cameron Creek] 



Creek flowing into Fi-pi-yunia Creek [ICawemh 

Creek] frorr. the SW, II of Deep Creek. -William. 
son,R.S,, map, in Sx.Doc.l29,3-'5d .Conr:. ,1st, 
e5r,.,XVIII(pt.4),1855. 



c 



Camp Anderson * Calif. 

Near SutterC*^Slif. —Lt. Geo. H.Derby rTopogra;^ 
ical Memoir on Sacramento Valley. Sen. Ex. Doc. 47 

31st Cong. 1st Sess.Pt. 11,3,1850. 



Campbell's Creek =Arroyo Quito, Calif. 

Arroyo Quito, now called by sowe Campbell's 
reek. ".-Frederic Hall. Hisl.of San Jose and 
surround m^-^s, lb9, 1871. 



n 

w 



Caiupbell's Ferry 

^.erry on Ilin^s River. --Stat, of Calif., 
1854, :225, 1854. 



Carnp Far West 



Caiap near middle of Bear River, Placer 



County, 



•Statutes of California, 1851, 176, 1651. 

*4::^^,<:i^. \'^x, i2.3%^ \<^s^. 

'Stat. Calif. 1854,26,1854.. 




Camp Far West 



Calif. 



kilitarj^ post on Bear River, 1 mile above 

Johnson^s Ranch. Established 1849. Abandoned 
June 1852.— Sacrimiento Union, A%1, 1852. 



Cainpo Scco _ _ ^^^^ 3^^^3 

• IIutchiiTgs Calif .Hag., Ill, 491,1859. ' 

•Place in western Calaveras County, just 
oE of Liokeluiiine TivcrC^^I )-juvvciv«,?UHa.<tK»^\<i^&|K<w 

' Llokelunine Hill Canal extended to it in 



185r>. 



•Stat, of Calif., 1854,222, 1054. 



Carnptonvilla 



Calif. 



Mining town between Oregon Creek and the North 
luba, 7 miles above Fosters Ear on the road 
to IJownieville.-. Sacramento Daily Democratic 
State Journal, Feb, 9, 1854. 



Cainptonville 

^\.n in mountains of Yuba County. 
'House Doc. 1, 34th. Cong., 3d. Sess., 
795, 1856. 

•Ilutchinfrs Calif. LlaG., II, 106, Sept., 1G57. 



ota^. of v^alif. J054.,222,lo54. 



Oaznptonville 
U.S.Geog.Board, Jan.6,1909 



Yuba Go, 



Calif, 



Camptonville; ,town, Yuba county, 
California. (Not Comptonville.) 






Camp Washington 



Stanislaus Co 



Minir^ settlement on South Fork Stanislaus 
River about 26 miles from Stockton. — Sacra- 
mento Daily Democratic State Journal, June 
6, 1854* 



Camul 



Calif. 



Name on map of Los Angeles district, 1800-30, 

located a little N of Santa Clara River & E of 
Cienega. -Bancroft.Hist. Calif. 11,352,1885. 



Grxnadn do las Uvn -- Pass 



(r 



^Vovv (^0.1 OL.^ N^ygg.- XftS^v>^^4^>»v» ^jL^jm. ,VJL i^^l 



toG 



liui^iplir oy s , A . A , a V/nr r m , H . K . , i ri E^^ "Do c . 1 :.9 
vuCorc. , 1 st .Sess ., XVIII , (pt, .1) Art . 1 , 69, lOD^^ 

Humphreys, A. A. & Warren, G.K., in Pac.Rr. 
Rep., I, Art. II, 88, 1855. 

(lat. 34' 54' 40"; alt. 4,315 It.) .-Blake, 
Y/.P,, in Pac.Rr.P.ep.,V,pt.II, 135, 1857. 



San Luis uoispo Co., 
Canada del Osito (or San Benvenuto) Calif. 

Name given "by Portola Expd. in 1769 to canyon 
3 leagues JTflW of Estero Bay at a camp 3 miles 
E of Pt. Estero. So-named "because Indians 
offered them a bear cub wnich they were taming. 
Costanso, Diary Portola Expd. , Pubs.Acad. Pacific 
Coast Hist., vol. 2, no. 4, 224,301, 1911, 

XSrespi says the soldiers named it Osito, but 
he named it San Benyenuto •. -- "Drespi, Diary 



Portola Expd., in Palou»s Hoticia de la Hueya 
Calif,, 2, 162, J4exico, 1874, 



n.ft.A^ <a / « ^^""^"^ Barbara Co., Calif. 

Caf(ada Seca (or Santa Rosalia) [.Bee^v^i^^i 

Name given by Portola Expd. in 1769 to 
canyon near shore 1 league^lTof Santa Inez 
River, •- Costanso, Diary Portola Expd,, Pubs. 
Acad. Pacific Coast Hist,. vol, 2, no,4,211,?o7, 

1911. 



Santa Rosalia. . - 
in Palou's Uoticia 



• Crespi, Diary Portola expd, 
de la Ui^eva Calif., 2. 153, 

Mexico. 1874, 



V 



Canada del Hexnbrft [4^artine2;] 



KjSiX 1 X • 



In 1839 the site of the present town of 
Martiiiez was known as Canada del Hambre (Vall 
oar hunger) from the fact that a conpany of 
scldiera v/hc were out campaigning against the 
Indians found themselves very hungry. -• Wrn. 
H. Davis, Sixty Years in Calif .^1631-6a, 20, 
San Francisco, 1669. 
/mador says that the canyon nair.ed El Hambre 



was "this side Tw^K/ 



''^artinez 



T 



M. 



Mador, Memoriae sobre Historica Calif,^ MS, 

Co \' C T 



Bancroft Library, p. 6, 1877 



^^ ~>«"iwn«Miih.|p.>~>«ai«W«<>idiHiH ■■ 




^olij-. 



Ganaris Spring 



2ern Co 



See Sarneros Spring 



Calif 



Canary Spring 



Kern Go 



See Garneros Spring 



Calif 



'* Cane creek " 



tCarrisc Creek] 



Calif. 



Creek on western part of Colorado Desert, 
on or near boundary between present San Diego 
and Imperial Counties, mentioned by U.S. Survey 
or -A.B. Gray in letter dated Nov. 7, 1849, to 
U^.S. Comr. J no. B. Weller. — A.B. Gray, Senate 
Ex. Doc. 34. 31st Cong., p. 45, 1850. 



Canoas Oreek 



Fi*asn6 00. 



U.S.Geog.Board.May 15,1908 



Calif. 

Canoas; creek, southwest corner 
Fresno County (flowing easterly 
from Diablo Range into Kettleman 
plain), California. 



P Ventura Co., Calif. 

Pueblo de Cahoas L'Site of present city of Venturol 

Indian rancheria named by Rodriguez Cabrillo. 
In 1769 the Portola Expd. visited what they 
thought to be the same rancheria, on Santa 
Barbara Channel on E side of Ventura River and 



renamed it La AsTxmpta or Asunci o n de Nues tra 



S^Sora. — Costanso. Diary Portola Expd, , Pubs. 

Acad.Paclfic Coast Hist,, vol. 2, no. 4, 195,1911; 

Crespi, Diary Portola Expd.,in Pa^ou's Hoticia- 

de la Nueva Calif . ,2, 136, Mexico, 1874. 
See Asumpta 



Cnnop. :rook= roin^e+/. River 



[Hnt Crook] 



H 



Da V is, in >]?: . Doc . 1 .^9 , Tyy'. . Jonr , , 1 s ^ . S o - r . , 

XVIII, (pt.l) Intro., in, 18f35. 

IIuMphrGys,A,A.C. \'/r.rr'-^n,G.K. , in K^. Doc. 129, 
35d. Cong., l3t.GeJ3s.,^^^^III, (pt.l) Art .1, 1^)5, 36, 

1855. _ 

Stevens, I.I., chart of map(dated 1853-4), in 

X. Doc. 129, 33d. Cons., 1st. Ser,:^.,XVIII(pt.4),lS55. 

Humphreys, A. A. & V/arren,G,K. , in Pac.Rr.Rep. 
I, Art. 2, p. 60, 61, 1855. • 



Canoe Creek Valley 



[Hat. Creek Valley] 



l-^-^.r.e"^-. ,XVin(pt.:^),Ar^,.oa,f37,lB,'?[3. 



Qanon Creek 



Gal il . 



Bates: Four Years on Pac if. Coast, 
1657. [5th Ed. 262, 185a.] Empties iTSU) 
K Fk. Yuba river. 



Canon Creek 

Crold Diggings 3 miles north of GeorjS 
Sacramento Daily Transcript, ^!arc! 
1851, ^ ^ 



Cal i f , 



:etown. 
27, 



Canon Mt. 



Mountain just S ol Kern River. --Wiiiiamson 
R.S., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,Y,pt. I, 15,1853, 



Pta.del Gantil Blanco _ -Tot-\:Tgi:^\ ^^_jJJLe_./v^ t^^^ 

La Pei^ouL^e^ Voyage, /\tla.$ pl-S!),!!^! 



6 



^ * 



Cantoo-oa Creek 



Fresno Co, 



See Waltham Creek 



Calif 







antua Creek Fresno Go, 
See Waltham Creek 



Calif 



Carizal 

Place, possibly in present San Felice 

i. 

::arrov;s, on old trail from Yunia to interior of 
southern California by way of San Felipe and 
Warner Valleys; or possibly Carriso Spring fartP 
er F or SE. 



1 841 ) 



1 



Wilkes F^med. I-arrative, V, map (dated 
acing p. 150, 1845. 



K&tn Od* 



Calif. 



Oameros Oanyon 

Carneros; canyon, heading in north* 

east quarter of Township 29 South, U, S ,GeOg. BOaTd. AtDF. 7 IQOO 
Range 19 East, extending northeast- ^ * ^^^^ 

erly into Section 20, Township 28 
South, Range 20 East, where it 
enters the San Joaquin valley, Kern 
county, California. (Not McLean.) 



Camero Creek [Carneros Creek] 



m . 



Creek emptying into Ilapa River from the 
Statutes of California, 1850,61,1850. 



Carnoro Mountain 



Kapa 



->nr"±'" vVt-^""'^ °^ ^i-*" between 

ana oonorna Vallies. 

Statutes of California, 1850, 60,61, 



1650* 



Carnero Ridge 

Range 



J 



<-V «..' C^' I JL S.^ K..' mf' • 






between Kapr and Sonoma ^.'alleys. 
Hittell, Hutchings Calif .lag. JIJ, 



Cameros Spring 



Kern Co. 



U£UL 1 X < 



Cameros spring. Section 5. Town- U . S .GeOfi;.BOard.Apr. 7.1909 
ship 29 South, Range 20 East, Kern • -»•>-• w w^* x^w«^a v^ ^ **!'* • # f -^ -^ w.^ 

county, California. (Not Canaris, 
Canary, Carnaris, nor Carnaros.) 



Oarrizo Oreek 



tii lllillll ii ll iMII | l| |ill M|iiM |Hi» . iiliiliiiiii p iyiiiiiMil M tlM m i, 



^Southern Oalif 



Creek on W side Colorado Desert in !^E 
Calif, ^lows easterly from mountains S of 
San Felipe and in times of extreme hi^xh 
water continues ^^E to ^alton Sea. 

■ariso Creek, --I^lnnry! Military Reconn. 



1846-?, 102, 1848 

[arrizo_Ci:eek.--Pacif.R.R.Repts. Gen.I.fep 



of Expl. & Surv. Calif. 1853 

Carizo Creak . --.Ilgrr^y! Prairie Traveler 293 



N.Y. 1859 



Carrizo Oreek . Southern Calif. 

Creek on W side Colorado Desert in SE 
Calif. Flows easterly fra^i mountains S of 
San Felipe and in tines of extreme hip-h water 
continues NE to Sal ton Sea. 



Cariso__Creek .- -Emory : nilitary Recom. 
ia-i6-7, 102, 1B18, 

Carrizo_Creek.--Pacif.H.R.Repts. Gen/Tap 
of Expl. & Surv. Calif. 1853 



• 1 • 



Carizo Creek . - -^.lar cy : 



• • 



Prairie 



Trav3l3r,293 




Carrizo Cr. 



LCariso Creek] 



Williamson, R.S., in Pac,Rr.Rep.,V,pt.I,39, 
1853. 



Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt.n,104, 



1857. 



CCariso Creek] 
of mountains T7 of Golo- 



Cariso Creek 

'Creek at E base 
racio desert. 

'^f^^y^ ^''ili'ary Reconn. Ft. Leavenworth 
to San Diego in 1846-47, 102-103,1848. l^ritten 

^ ~~f ^l ^^'^P^- ^- R- Johnston, Ibid p. 611 
(dan±ttcs5 typographic error). 

^;7illinirison,R.S., map, in Ex. Doc. 129, 33d. 

Cong., 1st. Sess.,XVIII(pt.4), 1855. (Cr.risso Cr.) 
V.Tiipple,A.W., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,III,Art.III 
40.1856. ' 



Carisso Creek 



[Cariso Creek] 



Iilliarnson,R.S., map, in Ex.Doc.l<9, 33d. 
Cong.,lst..Ses-.,:miI(pt.4),1855. 




Calif. 



Capell 

\t^KiajfiB.th River, NW Calif. Comprised 
about 18 acres in 1858. Nlou^vc-jLiwtv«fMJU-^ 
^Heintzler-ian in Rept. Coranr. Ind. Affrs. 
for 1858, p. 638, 1858. Mess, h Docs. H.R. 
35th Cone. 2d Sess. Ex. Doc. 2, 1858. 



He del Carmel i^\ooV& iJL. St »|.Ti\W\va'woxi,5.FrBaij 

LaPe^fou^t, \/oya4£, /\tW 01.3*?), H^l. 



R. du Camel <.1^\m\Vu JLv^^AtvvvVL 



Carmel River .T^xov.&Q- .No^^^cxvW LWoxJ.^x^5i,\m 
Map 34, Atlas du Voyage de la Perouse', 
1797. 

^<^H,V\n. _ 



Oanrislo [GarrrielJ river 



Ud#x IX « 



"To the south of the portlMonteroj] 
at a distance of 2 short leagues, there 

is a wide canyon through which flows the 
river called the Carraelo."— Miguel Cos- 
anso:Narrativ9 Portola Exped. 1769-1770: 
Pubs. Acad. Pacif. Coast Hist., Vol.1, No. 4 
p. 65, March, 1910. 

St. Carmelo River.— Be echey, Voyage of Blossom 
[1827], II, 86, 1831. ^'jU^^C^Lj^, 



4- 
u 



Carmelo River 



'^^^'^^^'els of Capts. Lewir, i. Clrrke, £ic . , 
Loiiuon, 1809. (Maiue on r.ap.) 



Cannelo, Rio del 



Camiel Biver 



De Mofras, Carte de 1* Oregon, des Cal- 
ifornies, &c., 1844. Chart Ilo. 14. 

River empty iiig into Camiel Bay. 



"^•"^^Vancouver, Yoyn^e of Discovery, 1790-95, 
Lond. ,11,35, 3^^,1798 (Rio or River Camelo) . 



Camclo, Bale del [Carmcl Bay] 

De LiOfras, Carte de 1' Oregon, des Cal- 
s, &c., 1844. 

ly p^ S of Monterey Bay. 
[Vancouver, Voyar^-e of Discovery, 17^0-95, 
Lend., II, 443, 1798 (Bay of Cannelo) . 




Pu.erto del Ca-n-nelc 



Oq^X ^X • 



[=Oar!Tiel Bay]. —Pedro ?ont;Diar.-,Anza Expd. 
1775-1776:Pubs.Acad.Pacif. Coast Hist. Vol^S, 

No. 1, p. 61, March 1913. 



Carmelo, Mission del 



Camel Mission. 



Mission on II side of mouth of Cannel 

River, on Cannel Bay. 

De Mofras, Carte de l*Oregon, des Cal- 
if omies, &c., 1844. Chart Ilo.l4. 

V/illiaiason,R.S., map, in Ex. Doc. 129, 33d. 

ConK.,l3t.oes3.,TVIII(pt.4),1855(L'ission of 
Carmel) . 



Carrnelo, Pte. del [Point Carael ] 

De Liofras, Carte de 1' Oregon, des Cal- 

ifcrnies, &c., 1844. ew^:^Mo.\H. 

Point at S end of Carmelo Dry. 



Camiisa 



[Cariso Creek] 



'Creek at ^ base of mountains W of Colo- 
rado desert, 

*Capt. A. R. Johnston in Eniory, Military 
Reconn. Ft. Leavenworth to Gan Dicgo*^ in 1846-47, 

611,1846. (1m ill 111 typographical error for 

Cariso) ^^t/^^v*^^ 3JtjJ[^\oii. voa"!) 



Carnaris Spring Kern Co, 
See Carneros Spring 



Calif. 



r% 



LJarnaros bpnng 



Kern 'Jo 



Calif 



ee Garnoros Spring 



Carnasa Creek 



San Luis O"bispo Co 



Calif 



See Carnaza Creek 



Oamaza Creek 
U.S.G6Og»Board,Apr,7,1909 



San Luis Obispo Co. Calif. 

Carnaza; creek, flowing southwesterly 
across east half of Township 28 
South, Range 17 East, San Luis 
Obispo county, California. (Not 
Carnasa.) 



OarplnterfaCor San Roque) 



Calif. 
Santa Barbara Co., 

Large Indian town on Santa Barbara Channel, 
5 leagues N¥ of Ventura River, visited by Portol, 
Expd. in 1769 and named pueblo de la Carpinteria 

*—*——■*— III ■ ' — — — ^— — <^»ii^Bi^i— .— - — >- I Ai II nil nil m >» III III ■■ nil III 11 

because they found the natives building a canoe. 
— Costanso, Diary Portola Expd., Pubs. Acad. 
Pacific Coast Hist. , vol. 2, no. 4, 199, 1911. 

"The soldiers called this town La Carpinterfa 
I naaied it San Rogue . — Cres]|)i, Diary Portola 

Bxpd.,in Palou's Noticia de la Nueva Calif. 2, 
140, Mexico, 1874. 



>Uav^ 



Carquines, Bale de los I^Suisun Bay] 

De Llofras, Carte de I'Ore^-on, des 

ifomies, &c., 1044. (map no. 16)"^ 
Bay E of San Pablo Bay. 



Cal. 



Carquine ' s Strait 

Kelly, Excursion to 
57,1851. 



[Carq' lines Strait] 
Calif ., London, II, 



Carquines, strait of rCarquinez] 



Calif. 



Bryant: What L Saw in Calif. 276, 1648 



Carquinez.- Ibid 357. 



Grarquinez Straits.- Fremont: Memo ins-, i,574,lbbV 

[Third Exped. 1845-1646, Letter of 
G-eneral Beale.] 

See also Karquinesy Ghupcanes 



Carquines, Straits of 



S 



Hatutes of California, 1851, 179, 1851. 
R.S.Williojifison, in Pac.Rr .Rep. ,V,pt.I, 



9,1853. 



Carquinea. D.t. de ; sfef .|^5f Ul 

De Llofras, Carto de I'Ore^-on, des Cal- 
ifomies, &c., 1844. (map no. 16) 



Bay. 



Passage betwoon San Pabl 



O 



i^ay ana ouinun 



Carquinez, Straits of 

Statutes of California, 1850, GO, 61, 1850 



Carrolton =PVench Corral, Calif. 



--Article from Themis, a Sacramento 
in Mem'l and Bio^*l His 
1891. (Lewis Pub^g Co.) 



t.of North'n 



(?) weekly, 
Calif., 90, 



Tried to so name it- but failed. --E.G. Waite, in 
[Edwin F.] Bean's History £ind Directory of 
Nevada Co., Calif., 344, 1867. (That is, tried 
to name it Carrolton.) 



Carson 
rson 



City 

River 

Desert 



Nevada 



Blake, Wra.P. .Notes on Geology & Mines of Neve 
da Territory (Washoe Silver Rep,ion), uarterly 
Journ.Geol.Soc.London, pp. 317-328, April 13,1864. 



Carson' s Creek 



[Ccrson^s^ Creek] 



the 



II f on S 



Creek flov/ing into Stanislaus River 
boundary Calaveras '^-^unty. 
nf Calif., 1854, 222,1854. 
s^ i.iap of California, 1852. 



from 



Gibbe 



Carsons Hill 

Place W of mouth of Carson's Creek. 
Gibbes, !..!ap of California, 1852. 



Carson's Pass 

Pass in Sierra Levada ("lat. 38° dV • il + 
7,972 ft."). ' 

John S. Hittell, Hutchin.-s Calif .Llag., 
Ill, 357,Feb. ,1859. 

(lat.36'42'l5ralt.7972)..-Blal£e,W.P., in 
Pac.Rr .Rep., V,pt. II, 135,1857. (Carson Pass). 



Carson River 



Nevada 



J. C. Fremont ste.tes in a letter dated 
March 8, 1881 that he named Carson River 
the winter journey of 1843-44. — Thompson 
West, History of Nevada, p. 26, 1881. 



on 

& 



Carsonville [Carson, llevada] __ 

_Joi;-ied as couiit3r seat of the hypothetical 

Pautali Comity, California, to take effect 
when M-e lands described slioulci be ceded to 
California. 

- Statutes of California, 1852, 193, 1852, 



CARUSO HILL 

Tills is the round knoll or hill at the 
foot of Grossmont to the east and. just 
north of El Nido. It is so called because 
it was at one time ovmed by Enrico Caruso, 
the tenor, it got its name from popular us- 
age. 

MRS. T, C. WOHLBRUCK, EL NIDO, GROSSMONT 

3/10/25 




PLACE OR THING NAMED 

CARUSO HILL 



COUNTY 

SAN DIEGO 



o 



For what person, place, thing oT^^;^7u~i;^^^lhT^-^^ 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first~applied 



If the name first appeared on 



map or In a book give the author, tlt[^TSd~d^t^ 



Are there any other explanations of~th^sou 



rce of this name? 



Name and address of person supplying this information 

Data irom San Diego County Librart^ 
Copied March 1930 See oppr^rh^ffi^^ 

CALIFORNIA STATE 



Information on sources o7 California Place N 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



ames 



Cascade Yalley 

Valley^2 1/2 miles belov; Yoseinite Valley. - 

L. H. Bunnell in Kutchinp;s Calif .I.;af% , III 500, 
i-ay,18f39. -f^ i , » 



\i 








'^ 



Casteca Lake 



Small dry lake near Canada de las Uvas 
Pass -.Biake.f.P., in Pac.Rr.Rej,..V.pt.II,47, 



[Cactac] 



^Castcque,_Rancho 

Ranch in mountains S of San Joaquin 
Valley, &w>\ Wj^tJ^ A Us ^vvi^Ac^. ^i*-^^^x;U l^^^^l. 



/> c:i n rf> 



Statutes of California, 1G51, 172, 1851. 



■.■•!»»i».||«»««yil >| li |» | i i m i i |imail|«1im>n _ ., 



R. aux Castor 



* 



aA» 



LLittie Shasta?} Calif 



Tributary to 3hasta Hiver, Siskiyou County 

De Mcfras Ccrte de l»(5regon, des Cali- 

fornies, dtc, 1844. 



Castle Peak 

Peak in northern Sierra ("lat. 38° 10"- 
''alt. 13000 ft."). 

John S. Ilittell, Hutchings Calif. LaP:., 
Ill, 357,Feb. ,1859. 



r 






Castle Point San Francisco Cc,,. Calif. 
In 1632 Fort Point (n:ar Presidic of San 
Francisco) was known as Puntade Castillo or 

' ' " ■ I " ■ ■ I II ■ ■ ir 1 1 

Castle Point. -- In. H. Davis, Sixty Years 
in Calif., 6, 1669. 



Castro (or Rancho Castro) 



De I'-ofras, Carte de 1 •Oregon, les Cal 
ifomies, &:c., 1644. Map 16. 

__ Place on E side of San Francisco Bay, 
near present San Pablo, ranch. 



Cavalios, Point 



[Point Cavallo] 



Point on N side of entrance to^San Franci 

CO Bay, NE of Lirne Ft...Blake/:\PV^V,pt.II,map 
facing p. 145, 1657. 

Plaza de los Cavalios , De Mofras, Carte de 

l^Oregon, des Ualifcrnies, (Scc, Map 16, 1844 1 



Gayote River 



Calif. 



"A brancih of the north fork cf the; 
Stanislaus". — Audubon: Western Journal 
1849-1850, 212, Cleveland, 1906. 



Cedar Mountain 



Alameda Co., Calif 



ibout 12 miles S of the town of Livermore. 
Bartlett, Wm. P. , editor, Livennore Valley, p. 7, 

1878 



Centerville 



iv.odoc Co. 



Calif. 



The now extinct settlement of Centervill 
s few miles west of iilturus in Northeastern 

California, is shown on e number of t he early 
maps end also on the L.inera logical end 

■■I ' ■ ''^- m m W.IWW ■< .Mill. Ill w i Miii M Wii— w iiiWi— ■!# 

Geological Lops of Ca lifor n ia published 

by the Lining Bureau in 1891. 



Central or Contra Costa Range 



i^laKe.W.P.. in F..c.Kr.Rep., V.pt.II.x^y ,057. 



Central Ferry- 
Ferry on Stanislaus River on road from 
Stockton to Sonora and Columbia. 

• "^'.atutes of California, 1054, 154, 1354. 



^'^^^^^« ' - Calif. 

Name on map of Los Angeles district, 1800-30, a 

little N of San Pedro Bay, -Bancroft, Hist. 
Calif. II, 352, 1885. 
Rlentioned as rancho in 1834. - Ibid ttt ^'^% i^ 



Gerro Bonito 



San Benito Co. 



Calif. 



U.S. Geog.Board,Mar.6, 1912 



Cerro Bonito; Ridge, Diablo Range, 
dividing valley of Pimental Creek 
frocn Panoche Valley, San Benito 
County, California. 



Chaces or Neills 

On Butte Creek. — 

Williams on *s Sketch of Route of Capt. T;arnerfe| 
party. Rept. in Sen.Doc,47, 31st Cong. 1st Sess. 
Pt. I I, pp. 17-33, 1850. 



See also Neals 



Chain Islets 



Calif 



In Suisun^Bay at junction of San Joa- 
quin and^Sfei^ ^ Rivers; now Chain Island. — 
Kingrold, Map of Anchorage off New York of 

the Pacific, 1850. 



Chalk Mountains 



Nevada 



TprHfn;^ ?S**?''*®I-?'' ^^^logy & Mines of Nevada 
Geol.DOc.London.pp. 317-328, April 13,1864. 



Chandlerville 




(lentionod as village near Table Hock, 
Sierra County, 

Hutchings Calif .Lla^:. , II, 245, Dec. ,1857. 
Place between Span isli Flat and St. Louis. 
-^Stat. of Calif., 1854, 222,1054.. 



\ t 



Ft. Chapman 



Calif 



Opposite mouth of Middle Fork Sacramento 
River [now Steamboat Slou^J. — Ringgold, 
Chart of Sacramento River, 1850. 



a 



A-i. 



I^"^, u iJ'^ ^e K ") 




4- 

1 oTiW-le ¥ 






R. Champagne 



Cal^f. 



Tributary of 3agr|jn||ito R. , flowing VT. 

De Mofras: Carte de l»Ore*gon, des Calif ornies 

(5:c, Gen»l map, 1844 « 

See Sacramento R, 



Chay-o-poo-ya-pah Creek 



Creek flowing from Walker's Pass into 

Kern River. — Y/iliiarnson, R. S. , in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V, 
pt. I, 15, 1853. _ 



m 



Teiiama Co. Califs 



^jjKg'ine applied by Nom-lak-ke of Pr^kent 
peakA? miles south of Elder Greek and north 
of Paskenta ranch ^-ria on Thorns Creek. (Near 
rancheria of same n£ime ) . — 



8 



to 



Cherokee 



Place Letween ^wcetland's and I.Ioore' 
Flat, Nevada County.. iStat. of Calif. 18^)4 






Pourche des 'ihevauz 



Calif 



iiw*'hi . iiiiiiiiijii>i<iiiiiiii*i> ii i iiiwiiHiiiiiiiiiMi 



Tributary to R. eau claire, which 
flows E into R. de Trou and thence into 
Sacramento R. , E side. 

De Mofras, Carte de l»Oregon, des Ualif- 
orniBS <S:c, Gen'l map. 1844 . 

See Sacrament. o__£^ 



Chick-hu-wa-pet Creek [=Kekewaka Creek] Calif. 

Erroneous spelling for Kekewaka Creek (branch 
of main Eel Biver) given in V/ar of Rebellion 
Records, Series 1, Vol.50. Pt. 1, p. 194,1897. 



Chico 

^ Butte or Chico original county seat of-~~ 
Butte County. 

._^:-Statutes of California, 1^50^-62^ 1850. 

*0. li. \7ozGncraft, Senate Tx. Doc.l, 32d 
Cong,, 1st Sess., "nt. 3, 308. 1851. 



Chico Creek 



[Chico Creek] 



Creek emptying into Sacrai^ento Fdver fror. 
the E a little ,.^ of Chico. 

•Statutes of Califoniia, 1850, 101, 1850. 

'0. 11. Wozencraft, Sen.-ite Ex. Doc.l, 32d 
Cong., Int Sess., pt. 3, 508,1851. 
Gihbe^ Uax) of California, 1852. 



Chico Martinez Creek Kern 

'Ihico Martinez Creek, in 
Range 20 E, Kern Co.. Calif. 
Apr, 7.1909. 



'^<i. Calit 
Township 29 S, 
U. S#Geog. Board, 



Calif 



Chi Ids Perry 

Former ferry across narrows at mouth of 
butters Lake m wliat is now city of Sacra- 

Sonto'5Itr^85": ""P °^ ^^"'^^^^^ee off Sacra- 



Chile Gulch 



Calif, 



Mining Csurap 6 miles from Calaveras.— ALta 
California, Nov. 18, 1851. 



Chimijas Rancho 

Ranch in eanteni Ilapa County, W of 
Vacca [Vac a] IJountains. 

^ Statutes of California, 1855,77,1055, 



^Chimillcs or Corral Valley 

Statutes of California, 1652, 192, 1852. 

Valley in E iiapa Comity. 

Statutes of California, 1855,77,1855(Chim. 
ilas Rancho) . 



Chimney Peak 



Perk about 10 luiles IA7 oT Fort Yuraa..-P 



O 



V/illi .son, map, in Sx.Doc 
Ses5.,XVIII(pt.4),1855. 



l'^.9,3.x. .v^Oup-. ,1?-^ 



" :ViMUiHi:Ui*ll«tMii«H>WUIM^^ 



Chinese ___ J. Cil in e s e G arnp ] 

Place little IIVJ of Jacksonville. -- 
Gibbes, l.!a.p of California, 1852. 



n 



alif 



Ghinese Diggings [Chinese Garnp] 

Audubon .'Western Journal 1849-1650 
202, Cleveland, 1906. 



Chinatc'jm =Dayton, Nev. (in 1860) 

--History of Nevada, pub'd by Tliorapson & West, 

loy, looi • 



Chine 



Calif. 



NanB on map of Los Angeles district, 1800-30, a 
little N of Santa Ana River & SW of Jurupa. 
—Bancroft. Hist. Calif. 11,352,1885. 



Chino 



[Chino] 



Place in V mrt of San Bernardino Plain. 
•Statutes of California, 1853,119,1853. 

Vrnir)Tilo,A.^'. , in ^^.13oc.i::9,35d .Con-. , 

lst.Soss.,XYIII(pt.,':),Art.6;32;18r)5.(Rnncho de 
;hino) . 



r 



Chino, Rancho de CCr.l 



Whipple, A. W., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,III,Art.I, 



21,1856. 



China 



[Chi no] 



Place 1:E of Santa Ana.--Criblet^ .Llai) of 
California, 185^. 

ll?hipple,A.W. , in Pac.Rr.Rep.,!!!, Art.II, 
135,1856. 



Chintache Lake Os Tulare Lake] 



Calif. 



Name for Tulare Lake given on James Wyldls Map 
of Gold Region of Calif ., London, 1849. 

On map by JJi. Colton,1853, frontispiece _m ^ 
Adventures of Capt. Bonneville, Irving 1852. 

Revised edition. 



Chintache, Lake 



[now Tulare Lake] CIo^l 



Large lake in lower San Joaquin Valley 
^ilkes Exped. (map dated 1841) ,V, facing 



\ 



p. 150, 1845. CU^:ti^ 












v. ^' Vo.e-^ A><J^ iS VMjCteaJ' *v^ 






'^-^i^-^w^^ jL ::::*^ 5«Ji<L?.«|x*^ 



Chlebnikoff tEtablisseme^t] 

"Two leagues from }?odega'' ftrs.) 



Calif 



^ De fiofras, Exploration de l^Oregon, 

Tome II, p. 9J(gT//^ ^ 



Chocoalajni cl>ce^W . ____ Calif. 

in 1829 a friar, "wandering northward fr^is 
S.Rafael, went up the Chocoalami stream to Luca 
Point". -Bancroft, Hist jirj, ! i rf Calif > 111,256 

ft. note, 1885. 

In ie&' Priar Amoroso visited the Cainemeros 
tribe of Indians living on the river Choooalomi, 
the tii i Uimi .name of which is now Santa Rosa 

Creek. —Robert A.Thompson. Historical and 
Descriptive Sketch of Sonoma Co., 70, Phila.1877 



b 



Gmi^l ValleJ^Bear Valley. San Benito Co 

--Mem*! &Biog*l Hist. of Coc^st Counties of 
tral Calif., Lewis Pub'g Co., 149, 1693. 
Ed. by Henry D. Barrows. 



,Gal 
Gen- 



Chov;-chilla Creek 



[Chowchilla River] 



t 



Creek flowing into San Joaonin River 



from 



lie 



GibbeCi5jI.:ap of California, 1852. 
";/ i 1 1 i .nmson , R . S . , map , in T^x . Do c . 1 :i9 , o-Sd . 
Con ^,lot.Se-''..,XVin(p+...4),1855(Cliorchilla R,) . 

Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,V,pt.II,l6^b!DV. 
(Chowchilias) . 



Chowchilla Rivsr ' ' Calif 

Pacif.R.R.Repts. Gen.Map of Expl. & 

Surv. Calif. 1855. 



Chowchilla River.— "Sometimes known as *Big 
Mariposa*." — Marcy: Prairie Traveler, 
316, N.Y.1859. 



Cho^-chille River 



Corif^ 



CChow-chil 
Adaiii Johnston, Senate ^x. Doc.l, 

, 2d Sess., pt. 3, 512, 1851. 



la River 
32d 



Rancher ie de las Choyas 

Indian village on west side at mouth 
of las Choyas River, on San Diego Bay. Now 
tween San Diego and National City. 

Map 35, Atlas du Voyage de La Perouse, 
1797. 



be- 



Chrysopylae 

Kelly, 
265,1851. 



[Golden Gate] 
Excursion to Calif., London, II, 



Ghupcanes [Garcjuinez] 




"The strait of the Ghupcane s " . — 
Diary of Fray Narcisi[ro Duran[ entry May^ 14, 
1617] rExped.orr Sacramento & San Joaquin 

rivers, 1817:PubB. Acad. Pacif. Coast Hist., 
Vol. 2, No, 5^ p. 5, Dec. 1911. 



See also Garquines, Karquines. 



Clnirntov;n 



Placo 5 miles .1^1 of For+ Reading. 

Beckwith,E.r., in ^' ■.Doc.l.'^"^^33d.Con/^-. , 

1^+..Spc.c. jYIII(p(..-),Ar^-,.5a;61;1655, 

Beckwith,E.G., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,II,Art.II, 
54,1855. __ 



C i enega 

Name on map of Los 
located a little 



Calif. 

Angeles district, 1800-30, 
N of Santa Clara River. 



-Baixroft.Hist. Calif. II, 352,1885. 

Cienegas. Rancho in Los Angeles district in 
1823. -Ibid 111,633,1885. 



Cienega C]:*e5k 



Ksrn OC. 



Calif. 



Cienega Creek, SE corner of Township 11 

Range 24 W (Section 26) Kern County, Calif. 
U.S.aeog. Board, Apr. 7,1909. 



Ciervo Hills Fresno Sc 3an Benito Cos. Calif. 

1 ?5 (If^ncT T^no-rrl Ifov. A 1Q19 ^'e^vo; Hills, around Ciervo Mountain, 
J.D.UeOg.£50ara,liiar.5,iyi^ Oiablo Range, comprising that por- 



prising mai pi 
tion of foothill belt, extending from 
Cantua Creek to Tumey Gulch, Fresno 
and San Benito Counties, Calfornia. 



Cirncuita 



Statutes of California, 1^50, 17::, 1850, 



Cipreses, Pte. de 



Cypress Point 



To V vet- ^^ J^^ entrance Carmel Bay. 

De liofras, Carte de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 
if ornies, kCf 1844. Chart IIo.M. 



* City of Geventy-six 

* Place. bctv/een Poorman's Creek a.nd 

mouth of ."kelson Creek [Plunias Co.]. 

•Statutes of California, 1853,313,1853 



Claiuet River k Lake (or Tlainatl) [Klai.iath] 
Lathain, Proc. Philolog. Soc. Lond., VI, 
82, 1854; Ibid Opuscula, 310, 18(30. 






lammittSEiver ^Klamath River] 



? Calif 



^1p26^^p"^ ^u^!:!f' "^^■'"^'^ l^^^'^ Snake Expd. , 



Olamuth River 



Calif. 



Overton Johnson u; V/in. H, /inter, Route 
Across the Rocky Mountains with a Description 
of Oregon & California in 1843, pp. 47, 75, 135, 
1846. 



^WwvoJt W V eJlW 



KVoevw^Vk 









"blvj.^>^ JL-v^C^ : "^o^*^**- 




1^h::>. 



^.H*?- lUijo 



) 



^vOOC-Vt Sxcctv/ove Vr\HoLMsio\vaI\ 




^k.^ 



^i*^!* 




VJO-sj.^ 









juX*^^tt:w».*>^ "V*""^ rv— *^ ^*tj».»j*^ (^^ 




«^ V*— ^^::^^ ^^^■•^^ 






VV^Vok. ^6. 



^olIv 



I 



V-jfcju.0.^ ' ^i*XLe • W«»^*«lyIvj^ y^.^.vto.3. ?^*^.l'?n. 



from the 



Clear Creek 

^M ^viPi^r.^^i"^^^^^' Sacramento Piver 
Vij^a fcwVuiles S of Redding. 

'Statutes of California, 1051, 423, 1851. 
'Kelly, Excursion to Calif ., London, II, 
96-97,1851. 



Clear Lake 



Uo^iL ^. 



• c 



Statutes of California, 1852, 192 1852. 
' Large lake in present Lake Coianty. 
•GibLs, in Schoolcraft, III, 104, 105, 1653 

Oibbel Lap of California, 1852. 



^. 



^i'-HA Lo^Kwv^cv ^A V^.tww 0. JL7La.vJt^ !L 



r^ 



"^^^"^-^ ^^mx>v>X.^.JL^ 



f 




S^^^"'^* >?L'^^^:' P^- 2. D. 253, 1850. 



n 

o 



1st. 



^' 




Clear Lake Vo(!loci d*. 
L<JUc^^l^Cfll■x.25 miles from east shore 
Marcy: Prairie Traveler, 284, 



oaiii • 
of Tule Lake 

N.y.l859. 







S-*<^^»j^ >i — ^^*£*tj3:v.V^^«-.^*^ 



Clear Lake Valleys 



[Clear Lake Valley] 



•Statutes of Crdiiornia, 1855,77,1855. 

•Gibbs, in Schoolcraft, 111,10.::, 111,185:5. 
(Clear Lake Valley) . 



Clifton 




1857. 



Blake, W. P., in Pac.Rr.Rep., V,pt.II,140, 



Clinton 

• Place 
Co.]..istat. 



[Clinton] 
6 miles EllE of Jackson [Aiaador 



Ox California, 1854, 222, 1854. 



Clinton 



'j-oviTi near Oal-iland, Ala^neda Counts. 
'Statutes of California, 1854,184,*fbj^l. 



OoachelU Tallay .Riverside 

Coachella; valley, part of the desert tt ri /-^ t-j « 

lying immediately northwest of the U « O tVjdOg* DOSlTCL^ 



Co. 



Calif. 

Jan. 6, 1909 



Salton Sea, Riverside county, Cali- 
fornia. (Not Conchilla.) 



Coarse Gold Gulch 



"^lutchings Calif .L:a^r. , III, 503, 1859 



Ooflst Moimtfiing 



Calif 



Onflst Moiintaing.— J.S. Hittell, Hutchings* 
Calif. Magazine, p. 259, Dec. 1858. 



Uo^i ^^t Rnnx^o 



Dnvi?, in Ex.^oc.l29, o^d.Conip;. jlst.oo??'. , 

: III , (pf. . 1) Intro . , 6, 1055. q^j^ 

Davis, in Pacific Railroad Rep. , I, jp. 5, 1855. 



COCHES CAIIYON (Sp. hog canyon) 



Mr. C. M. Drake of National City writ- 
ing in the Union in 1879 says the complete 
name is "Canada de los Coches", 

Miss Elizabeth Mannix and LIr. Donal 
Hord say that in Mission days the padres 
had a hog farm in this vicinity and until 
quite recent times wild hogs were to be 
foimd in this vicinity. 

Bancroft says "Canada de los Coches 400 
varas, was granted in 1843 to Apollnaris 
Lorenzana". _ (zf^ >^y,.0.^i 




jr c 3 



:^^mm^^^i^^^^^^^^^ 



PLACE OR THING NAMED 

COCHES CMYON 



a 



COUNTY 

SAN DIEGO 



For what person, place, thing or event was this place named? 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first appljed 



If the name first appeared on a map or In a book give the author, title aTid^d ate" 



Are there any other explanations of the source of this name? 



Name and address of person supplying this information 

Data from San Dioaro County Librartl^ 
'^-^r>^ rl M - ^ -c^^C. S eo. opposite side 



CALIFORNIA STATE 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Information on sources or California Place Names 



COCHES CREEK (Sp, hog creek) "' 

This creek takes its name from the 
canybn of the same name. 




PLACE OR THING NAMED 

COCHES CREEK 



COUNTY 



SAN DIEGO 



For what person, place, thing or event was this place named? 



Who first applied the name? 



If known, give date when first applied 



If the name first appeared on a map or In a book give the author, title and date 



Are there any other explanations of the source of this name? 



Nanne and address of person supplying this information 

Data from San Diego County Library 
Copied March 1950 See op poslto side 



CALIFORNIA STATE 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Information on sources of California Place Names 



Coc'Vinn.; ranCi.o or Cocoiriongo 



[Cuc^non, ■ ] 



t /■ \ 



» . J : 



1 ^ • '^ P -^ ^ • . •-' 1 .1 1 V r) . . . , ^ r.r .. . o , ) J , 1 c)00 •^ al so 
no-2(dated 1853-4;TCocoirinn£o) • 



nap 



Cocomonga 



[Cucamonga] 



Whipple, A.W., in Pac.Rr.Rep. ,III,Art.II, 
134,1856. 



Cocomongo CCr.] 



Whipple, A,W., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,III,Art.I, 
21 , 1856 . 



Coco Mongo RancdilGucawonga ] * " Calif. 

Marcy: Prairie Traveler,278, N.Y.1859. 

Gocomouga's Ranch iGucamorifcaD Ibid 21S. 



Su*^«5U^e 



^C<t'VvvO'WJ<K ,Cli^t0W0KJ«L .9u:v-.^K4->v^^.^>J0 



el Co jo 

De Liofras, Carte de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 
ifomies, fcc., 1844. 

Anchora£,-e in Santa Barbara Channel lust 
E of Point Conception. 



El Cojo (Point Conceicion) ^ Calif. 

El Cojo (Point Concepcion) , searrport qn 
coast from which rancheros shipped hides and 
tallow. — Ifei. Heath Davis, Sixty Years in 
Calif., 1831-89, 548. San Francisco, 1889. 



Rancheria del Cojo Santa Barbara Co. , Call 

Indian rancheria?„little more than a *^i<v E of 
Pt. Concepcion, visited "by Portola Expd. in 1769 
and named R ancheria del Co.lo because the cacique 
of the town was lame. -- Costanso, Diary Portola 
Expd. , Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol.2, no, 
4, 209, 1911, 

Pueblo de 1 Tenii o r Cac ique Cojo . — lb id, 307 

Indian rancheria 1 league E of Pt. Concepcion. 

Soldiers named it Ran cheria d^ Co.j o. but 
Crespi called it Santa Teresa. — Crespi,, 

\ U V ox ; 



Diary Portola Expd. in Palou's Noticia de la 
Nueva Calif., 2, 150; Mexico. 1874. 

In 1776 the Anza Expd. halted near the 
^ch gxia del Co,1p . .. Pont, Diary Anza Expd.. 
Puh8.^Acad. ^Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 3, no.l. 



The 



maps 



• 

name Co jo may be seen to-day on 
2oeth Eldredge, San Francisco, 



county 

1,124, 
1912. 



Colby's, Landir^ 



^utte Co. , Calif. 



On Sacra/nento River above Chico a-^d'about 
2 miles west of Nord on the Calif. -Oregon 
raiJroad.-.ailbert, Wells h Chambers, Histon^ 
of Butte Co. . p. 246, 1882. 



ee Colftrrfl 







lit 






Spelling on Derby's mp, accompanying 









^Mr^^.H.D^^t 



3 



^ VqV\.0^ 




>^ *••»-' iBfiL- TS 



i^ . '^C , W:i,M3 



—Col 



'al if 



Indian naice of place on So. Fork Airerican 
Kiver where gold was discovered in Jan. 1848. 

•Tyson, Geology of Calif. Sen. Doc. 47, 
.^ist. Cong. 1st Sees. 11, also on map, 1850. 
4v,o.^! if . CglluKa on, Derby's irap, accoirpany 
inff Derby's Topographical Meiroir,Sacrair.ento 

'Spelled Cyloma by Lieut. Buffuic. When he 
arrived in Dec. 1848, it was a little set- 
tiement or 3 houses; by spring- of 1849 it 
had ^rown into a large town. - Buffuin, E. 



Coloma rn,,n T 

[ C ull o:iia J 

Town on S Fork /unerican Rivor :''" of Placcr- 

villp. ^l^Avv>:^ io^ tJjfeAv_cK.Aj^ 

Statutes of California, l'^o0^6-^lBr/);iG5ij7(: 
1851. [Culloma]. 

Gold vrrs discovered r+ Colo:;ia in Jrnuary 
164r l- .\-r:ios r. Llarsliall, a canientcr ernpl oye: 
by Gen. John A. Sutler to build a sr^ mill at 



4 1 > rr^ 



tnat point on the river. See articles by Sutter 
and <:rBhall in Hutch in£;s C-lif.Lar. , tJ^, 194-1^8 
(bv Sutter); 199-20r.,10r^-7 (by L:rir shall) '. 



Col oma 






G 



-iubes 



) 



Lian 



of 



[Cull oma] 
California, 1852. 



Cold Springs 

Little village between Col oma and 
about 6 miles from Placerville.- 
Daily Transcript, March 2, 1851. 



Calif 

Flacerville, 
- Sacramento 



V 



Pointe de la Colline 

"J't*:'^ ^ " ' ■ """ ■ ' ' 

Early name of Point Loma at outer entrance 
to San Diego Bay. 



1797. 



Map 35, Atlas du Voyage de La Perouse, 



Columbia 



[Columbia] 



Place in W Tuolumne County a few miles 
N of Sonora and just S of Stanislaus Piver. 

•Ilutchings Calif Jiag., I, 79, Aug., 1856; Ibid 
III, 49,'3, 1359. 






tatutes of California, 1854, 154-, 1854. 
Cribbe^^,^ .lap of California, 185r..' 




Calif 



^° ^' 8r?i - f ^ . f ^ rt ,-J.S, Hittell, Hutchinps 
Calif. Magazine, p. 259. Dec. 1858 ^ 



Colorado LKiverj 



Sd£ui. JL XX* 



Humboldt, Jssai Polit.Nouv.Ssp. .I.xxxv,18U. 

De ^°^^^s» SxDloration de ^Oregon &o. Tome 

p. 215. 1844. Rio Color^ r^n ^n 



I, 



Occident. 



Rio Colorado 



[Colorado River] 



Stat, of Cal if.. 1854 ':23. 1854 



Colton 



Place on 1! side Stanislaus River about 



1 



5 miles from mouth. --GibLes, I 



ap of Californi 



to\amt>\a ^inoer Mariposa. Co. C ai'if. 

-\\ C f* "O 1 M a Columbia Finger; mountain peak, 

U.:D. l:ieoq. J3C>ara. J lar. ^^ \«t 10 Mariposa county, California. (Not 



Columbia's Finger.) 



Columbiana 

Plrce on W side Rio de los Flitnas 

[Feather River], S of mouth of Iloncut Creek 
Gibbe, Hap of California, 1852. 



Colusa 



CColusn] 



Ilutchiiigs Calif .Maif:., 1, 494,105 7. 




G-ibbe^ l.Iap of California, 1852. 



Cibl 



.vcbo^ 



^o-Xi.^. 



TbVMW. -^ <^0«-«^*vv\: 



1 



I 



Ho/v-^sJ^ »^^X«-x TflC^vAtV-V^. ywAjCfl^^v^ VMl^Jovax 





V^LK-iiL^ * 



Colusi =Golusa 

•Golusi. A locality of California. "--School 
craft, Ind. Tribes, V, 575, 1655. 



Colusi 



[Colusa] 



County Beat of Colusi [Colusa] County. 
_ ^Statutes of California, 1551, 179, 1851. 
•0. M. Fozoncraft, Senate V.x^^Boc.l, 
3M Cong., 1st Sess., pt. 3, 510, 1051. _ 
^Stat. of Calif., 1854, 222, 1854. 



*Wc 



Colusi County 



[Colusa County] 



Established Feb. 18, 1850 and defined. 
Statutes of California, 1850, 62, 1350; 

G-iube^, I.ap of Cal ifornia, 1852. 



Corrununion Creek 



1 



o 

• 

^ 



♦ Small stream named by Gibbs L McKee, 
miles S of tovm of Humboldt. 

•Gibbs, in Schoolcraft, 111,126,1853, 



Gomptonville Yuba 
See Camptonville 






Oalifl 



Pte. de la Conception rpn-;n+ n^v>« i - -. 

^ Lroint Lonccption] 

According to Spanish chart found on 
ship captured by Admiral Anson in 1743. 

La Perouse, Voyage, Atlas pi. 67, 1797.^ 

Vancouver, Voyage of Discovery, 17"0.95 
Lond., 11,4^.8,1798 (Point Conception), & Atl-7 
(Pta. Conception; . 



Conception, Point 



[Point Conception] 
rribbes^ilap of California, 1852. 
Da vis. 



Jei ""eri^vOii 



) 



m ^■'^Doc.ir.9, "VM. 



ConG,,l-t.Sess.,X^.qiI,(T)t.l) Intro. ,5,1355 



mt 



1855. 



Davis, in Pacific Railroad Rep. ,1^.5, 



Concepcion, Pte, de la 



[Point Conception] 



De Llofras, Carte de T Oregon, des Cal- 
ifornies, &c., 184^1. 

Point at mi entrance to Santa Barbara 
Channel^ where the coast trends suddenlv east. 



Concepcion, Point 

Point at XJ 
Channol . 



[Point Concontion] 
entrance to Santa Barbara 



P 



v> 



V/ilkes Pxped. (niap dated 1841) ,V. facir^P- 
.150,1645. * f <:, 

Gibbes Map of California, 1052 (Point 
onception) . 



^ Santa Barbara Co., Calif, 
Concepcion de Maria Santlsima rancheria 

Indian rancheria 2 leagues FW of Pt. Concep- 
cion in canyon which estuary enters and meets 
the waters of a stream. Visited by Portola Expd. 

in 1769 and named Rancheria de la Espada. b«* 
cause an Indian stole a sword from a soldier's 
scabbard, Crespi says he had already named it 
Concepcion de Maria Santlsima. •- Crespi, Diary 
Portola Exp. in Palou's Noticia de la Nueva 
Calif., 2. 151, Hexlco, 1874. 
See also Espada 



Punta de Concha [=Poi5it Avisadero] Calif 

Lieut. Ayala*s First Survey and Map of the 
Bay of San Francisco, 1775* 

Name given by Ayala or CaJ^dzares to Point 
Avisadero, San Francisco Bay. '— Zoeth El dredge 

Beginnings of San Francisco, I, 50, 1912 



Conchilla Valley Riverside Go, 
See Coachella Valley 



Call 



Concho's Valley 

Concho's Valley, near Clear Lake, n^ 
the chief who lived there. — Caleb T. 
Statement of Historical Facts on Calif 
MS, Bancroft L brary, 1878. 



Calif. 



^Ui -Ii 



for 



Fay. 



Condemned Lar 



[Conder.meu Bar] 



' Ear on 11 Fork /irnerican River near jimcticfj 
with S Fork. -Stat, of Calif . ,1054,222,1854. 



Condon Peak San Benito Co^ Calif. 

U*S*Geog^Board^Mar*6 1912 ^^^.^^"j ^^^^ (elevation 4,9^5 feet) 4 

> miles south-southeast of San Benito 

Mountain, at headwaters San Benito 
River on northwest, and White Creek 
on southeast, San Benito County, 
California. 



Conejos 



Place in northern part of Santa Lucia 



fountains . 



:;Utcllin/:-^S 






Cal if .Lap;., Ill, b3a, June, 1659. 



n 



onsonines River 



[Cosuinnos R,^ 



_ Gunnison, J. V/, & Beck\vith,^.G. , map(dated 

185:5/4), in Ex.Loc.i:9,:53d.Conp:.,lst,.5ess., 
:VIII(ot.4),1855. 



Consiimnft s River [=-Co^k>wyv.«^ 






mnes 
Ex. Doc. 1, 31st 



-Major D 
Cong. 2d 



H. Yinton: Senate 
Sess. pt. II, 245. 

1850. 



Centra Costa Calif. 

In 1840 the name of all the country on- 
the east side of San Francisco Bay. — 

^ Tnf ''o^^^'^' ^'^^y ^^^^s i^ Calif., 1631- 
tsv^, 105, San Francisco, 1889^ 

Contra Costa County Established and defined 
Feb- 18,1850- County seat Martinez. - 
Statutes of Calif., 1850, 60, 1850- 



Con-'.ra Costa County 



nd 



Established Feb. 18, 1850 
Statutes of California, 1850, 









defined. 
60, 1850. 



f r 



^ 



osrou 



^VKajtIvv <^o. 



'^Ui-^ 




i 













Contra Costa or Central Range 

■'ii-lllllWlllllllllillllllltiiili^ mrmmm>m.mm,.,^m.m~mmm^- 

^_. Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr .Rep. , V,pt. 11,139, 1857 




_Calif 

B§?&«v^fef^^' ^ll^ ?«"^'^ applied to 
£^r|eiey Hills across the bay to the eaqtwAr-H 

ridfrohhr^''% SP^^^^. ^^^s^^ntra Costa 
i^? ?n ^^? ^^^?* Mountains", and said to be 

Calif ^Lr^'vnr^^-M^-^; Hitteiriutchingst 
oalil. Mag., Vol, 5, No. 4, p. 162, Oct. 1860. 



Convercion, Pte. de la ivow^Vvw-t Hiv^we'\^xQ.i 




^L-e Uofras, Carte de I'Ore^-on, des Cnl- 
ifornies, &,c. , 18M. 

"D * 4. A?" ^^^'^ 

iomt o*^F'anta Tarbr-ra Channel, SE o^ 

mouth of Hanta Clrm Pivot* tt« -n • j. tt 

Lcciioa (.icra raver., ilov; Point Iluenene'? 

/ancouver, Voya^^c of Liscovery, I700-05 ' 

Lend., 1 1, 451, 1790 (Conversion Point) , & Atlls' 
ll- ta. conversion) . 



Converse's Ferry 

'^G^^y on San Joaquin River fl^Uuiiu^^I 
W..4cotatutes of California, 1855,ll^5t 



Cook's Well 



/CC^ 



^*^^ 



Well in Colorado Desert, 15 miles from 
Colorado Desert...Blalce,w.p., in Pac.Rr.Rex). , 
V,pt..II, 111, 1857. ' ' 



Cook's Wells; 



/c 



.Jw "m^ «^ ^ 



On Cblorado Desart, 20 miles from Yurn 
via Los Algodones.— Marcy: Prairie Trav- 
eler, 292, N.Y.1859. 



• •• 



Cboks Well.^ Pacif.R.R.Repts. Gen.Map of Bipl. 

& Surv. Calif. 1855. 



Coon Hollow 



Calif. 



ining Can:p aoout a mile south of Placerviile.- 
Sacraniento Union, Dec. 15, 1851. 



[4^ 



"^■""-^■j^ 





y^mm/tt^/l^ 



"N'VAJI *-.^l.»,,„j|i..l'-:- ^ 



Coon? 



Place just S of Lercod lUver, Lloriposa 
County. -.aiole:^r>,::ar, of California, 1852. 



Coopers Ft. 



oolano Co. 



- — Calii , 



At Benicia, on Straits of Carquinez,— 
B^^F°1860^^^ of 3trs. of Carqidnes and Yallejo 






In. letter of Thos. Larkin to Jas. Buchanan,) 
Sec. of State, dated Monterey, June 28,1348. ] 

Same letter reproduced \n^J . Sherwood Ely,>U 
California, Her V/ealth and Resources, p''.11.1848 



Corclillcran of California 

, C6:<st chain of mountains. 

Emory, Military Reconn. Ft. Leavenworth 
to r;an Dic/-:;o in 1846-47, 102,1048. 



Rnita del Cord en 



Oalif. 



. Font states that the entrance of Puerto de 
Bodepa "is fort'ned^on this side,hy the Punta del 

Cordon, a on the other, by the Punta de Arenas.' 
He places Puerto de Bodega about 4 leapp.ies 



r. 

c* 



-oint KevQs in r.at 38^ 18'. -Pedro- Font: Diarvl 
Anza Expd. 1770-.1776 :Pubs. Acad. Pacif . Coast 
Hist.yol.3,!Io.l,p.^.9,^IarG''^. 1913. 



Cordua's or Speeks*s bar Calif. 

On Yuba River, -it. Geo. H. Derby: Top ographi 
cal Memoir of Sacra^nento Vallev. Sen. Doc. 47. 

31st Cong.lst Sess.6,1850. 
Cordua's Bar on map. 



'mm 



Corners Creek 



-1. ' W I" ^ • 



1 us ^- 



u 



Creek flowing 
above nouth.-. 



[Carneros Creek] 
into :'apa River fron the 
Oibleis^Lap of California, 



Nevada 



Cornstock Lode [=Gomstock Lode] : 

Blake,Wm.f., Notes on Geology ^ Mines of Nevada 
Territory (Washoe Oliver Region) .i.iiarterly Journ 
Geol.ooc.London.pp.317-S28,Zpril 13,1864. 



^ 



[Coronados Ids 



Coronados, los 

Vancouver, Vo^raf'-e of Discovery, 1790-95 
Lond.,11,468,1798, & Atl 






*Galiano, Viage Sutil y iuexicana (1792) 
La arid, p. 175, 1802. 



-Y/ilkos Ejiped. I'arrativo, V, map (drt 
1841) facing p. 150, 1845. 

Oibbes, jlan of California, 18^^2. 



ed 



Lower Calif 




Los Coronados 

Islets ^T ifi i olig about 15 miles S of 
port of San Diego. 

Called Los Coro nados by Vizcaino, and 
islands of Saji Martin by Cabrera Bueno. — 
Vicente Villa, Diary Portola Expd. , 1769-70, 

Pubs. Acad. Pacific Coast Hist., vol. 2, no 

1, 89, 1911. 

De Mofras, Carte.de 1 'Oregon, des Cal- 

ifornies (S:c.,Gen'l map. 1844 



Corral Hollow 



JilajTieda Co. , Calif* 



StreajTi in Murray Township.— ^'m. P. Bart- 
lett, ed. .Livermore Valley, p. 6, 1878. 



Corral Hollow Cr. 3an Joaquin Co. Calif. 

Corral Hollow Creek, 3an Joaquin Co. Calif, 
large eae neading in mountainouar region western 
side Oso Ridge, draining northwestward to 
Tesla, near which it turns sliarply, flowing 
easterly and emptying into San Joaquin Valley. 
(Not Buenos Ay res. ) U.S.Geog.Board, 'Mar. 6,1912. 



Corral it OS 



Qel i f . 



Name on map of Monterey district, 1830, a 
little east of northern Monterey Bay, and neai' 
lab. 37°. 



1885; 



-Bancroft, Hi St. Calif- 11,145,617, 
"place called Corralitos", p. 1^57. 



Rancho in Santa Qrxz Co. in 1836. —Ibid, III, 
677, 1885. 

"Jurisdiction of Branciforte never extended to. 
Corralitos (including Sals ipuedes)". —Ibid II 
(after Arch.Arzob. MS), 171 ftnote» 1885. 



Corral Valley or Chimilles 

.1* 

Statutes of California, 1852, 192, 1852. 

Yclle}/- in E lIa,-oa €ountv. 






M, 




Calif 



Place on west side of Richardson Bay, Marin Co. 





2d'se3s: pt. f °l4a'^?|l^ f'^.- Doc l' 31st 

i"-- xi, Mti, 1850. (misspelt Cote Meaei 

that^Corte fedeiraVm?.^^? fT?:* f°^ ^^'^ ^tet 

"is the blsfteiirXbabi? in\«M'l''n'-^' 
whence to derive lumbe? T;;^ in Oalif. from 
of fppt „„ V J-<™oer. ]iroiii 5 to 6 mill 



e: 



wood?\\a"fyonvs%|* t^^Vftele^Tit*^ 



ions 
e 'red 



within a 

Lever] 



LContd. j 

mile of the 'embarcadero ' where it can with 
fS2 K^^ ^®o^^sgsported in large flats down into 
the bay of oan Pablo, 3 miles distant, and taken 
upon vessels of every class. 

The department has an indefinite lease on this 
timber, which empowers the quartermaster to cut 
any amount, the consideration beinej 5 dollars 
per 1,000 feet."— Maior I?obt. Allen, Senate Ex. 

ir-^' ?}?^ Cong. 2d Sess. pt. II, 277, 1850. 

ffliajor Allen complained however that the mill 
required repeated repairs, and that the circular 
saws after 3 months use became entirely unser- 
viceable (276). 



Cortc Lladera Creek 

J 

Creek in IJarin County emptying into 
San Francisco Bay jusIi^tt: of Foint San Quentin. 

Polit. Code of California, San Francisco, 
p. 463, 1897. 



^lanada del Ocrte de Madera 

Canada del Corte de Madera; land tt n ri 

grant four miles southwest of Stan- U • O • Lj6 0|g( 

ford University, San Mateo county, 

California. 



Calif. 

San Mateo Go. 

Board, D0C.2, 1908 



n 



osume =Cosuames 

"^S^^^^'t f^^'^S^^^y in California. "--School. 
craft, Indian Tribes, V, 576, 1855. 



^ 



Cosci.uanes, Rio dc las 

Kelly, Excursion 
20G,1851. 



[Cosumnes River] 
to Calif ., London, II, 



Goscumnes R. =Gosurnnes R. 

On map by J.H.Golton, 1653, frontispiece in 
Adventures of Gapt. Bonneville, Irving, 1652 
Revised edition. 



Gbsctiinne river.— Bryant: What I Saw in Galif. 

300. 1846. Tlilnf.r^ Hs-f-.P^q ci^n ia iaaa ' 



G^stunne River.— Fremont: Memoirs 1,446, 1887 
[3d Exped. 1845-1846. ] 

See also Kassima 



Cosmenes 

"Rio Cosmenes" in Wilkes 



Calif. 



narrative, various 
places. & onWilkes' map (1841) given as " 
Cosmenes H. .- Bancroft.Hist, Calif. Vf^2M 
(map), 245,1886. (Map given). 
Cosumnes R. also called Tahualmes & Macasomy. 
-Bancroft, Hist Calif. ?,106 ftnote,1886. 



Cosmenes Paver 



It 



[Co5i|nines River] 



p. 150, 1845. 



Y/ilkes ?.:q)eA. (map dated IH/ll) ,V, facing 



Calif. 



Cosoy C= San Diego Ba}^ 

2*''.'J1-?-?''^?® J°^ ^J^y ^^ S^n Diego.- Infome de 

H 
S 




Cottonwood Creek 

Creek in mountains near \"iiiia;.son's Pass 
-Blake, W.P., in Pac. Rr. Rep. ,V,pt. II, 66,1857, 



Calif. 



Cosumne S*.cTai-nento Co. 

Cosumne; village, Sacramento coun-- . 

ty, California. (Not Bridge House, 1^ . 5, U&OO. IBoard. ^1a\i 5 )?0? 

Cosumnes, Howells, nor McCo- ' 

sumne.) 



^ 



) 



G 



osumnca t\ wer 



"R-. 



Cosumnes; river, Amador, Eldorado, 
and Sacramento counties, and town- 
ship, Sacramento county, Califor- 
nia. (Not Consumne, Cosumne, Co- 
sumni, Mokesumne, nor Moko- 
sumne.) 



Sa^craLniervto C 



Calif. 



U.S. (icoo-Boarcl. Nlas^", 19 0^ 



Cosumies. Rio d 1 rn^r.,, -n- 

, ^>-Lu u. i. LLosurnnes River] 

Hibbes, ^ap of California, 1852. 
Gunnison, J /^. & Beckv/ith F G mn-n r.^o+ ^ 
Il^>53/1), inEx.Doc.l-^,33d.Cone%,lst Sess., 
XYIII(pt.4) ,1855(Concornnes R.) . 



Rio de los Oosiriin^s 



Calif. 



Fremont rExpl.Expd. to Oregon k Calif. (ia44), 



248, 1845. 




\u\ * 




Cong 



Calif . 



jor D. il. Vinton. —oenate Ex. Doc. 1. 
2d oess. pt. II, 245, 1850. 



31st 



dosumes Rivet* 

TysonrGeolcgy of Calif. 
Oong.lst S6ss.7,l3,15,21, 



Calif. 
Sen. Doc.47, 31st 
1850, Also on tiiai). 



'-'osunini River 



Sacraraonto Go. 



Call 



KJ 



ee 'josumnes Kiver 



Oosumno Kiver Sacramento 

See Cosumnes lUver 



'Jo 



Calif. 



n 



osumnes 



M 



bee 'josumne 



Cotton Y/ood Crook 

Creek cmptyinr- jnto Gacrr.raonto River from 
the V; ; Lout 15 miles i; of Rod Lluff . 

Statutes of California, 1850, 101, I'SO. 
Kelly, I^xcursion to Calif ., London, II, 
96,97,1851. 

GiLLef Unj) of California, lf^5n. 



Cottomood Orsek K^rn & Kir^g Oos. Calif. 

Cottonwood Oreek. flowir^ into McLur e val lev 
from northern part of Township 25 South. Range" 
17 East. Kern and King Counties. Calif. U.S. 
Geog. Board. Apr. 7. 1909 






Gouenga [San I-'ernando] 

"The plain of San Fernando, 
Bryant: What I Saw in Calif. 
18-48. [Entries of 1847 J 



Calif, 
or Couenga. "— 
390,292,41?, 



Govertsburg =Red Bluff, Calif. 



--Article frcaii Themis, a Si 
in Mem; 1 and Biog'l Kist.oJ 
1691. (Lewis Pub*g Co.) 



acramento 
f North* n 



(?) weekly. 
Calif., 95, 



Cowoer River (or Cowe) , CKaweah lUye^V] 
Actarn J^ohnston, Senate T.x. Doc 1 "^rd 



Sesn 



pt. 3, 514, 1651. 



Co7/ Camp 

Camping place aoout 13 miles 
entrance to San Francisauito Pass - 

in Pac.Rr.Rep.,Y,pt.II,6l,l857. 



SE of 
Blake, W.P., 



Cow Creek • • - Oalif . 

Rept.Geo,P. F.Smith in Sen, Doc. 47, 31st Cong. 
Ist Sess. 83, 1850. l^^---^ t*;^-^ ^-...^TUJJu^^ 

Cow Greek.- Fremontrlvlemoirs, 1,477, lS&T.[3d 

Exped. 1845-1646.] 



Gov: Creek 



C 4 



Hutchings Calif .lia^s. , 1, 541 , 1857. 

Creek in Shasta County rinin^: in nortl.orn 



• •» 



sicie SrcraLinnto 



bierra ano or.ipt^riii/-- into 

River about 1 miles ST] of Reduing. 
Deckwitb "^ r. •;,. t.%. i-. 






i,:^..U, , m ST.r'oc.ir^.^, 3:3d. Conr. ,1st. 

ess., XVIII(pf,::),Ar^..5a;5",62;ie5:3. 

Stevens, I.I. , chart of map (dated 1053-4), in 

".X. Doc. 129, 53d. Cong., Ist. Sens. ,XVIII(pt. 4), 1855. 
Beckwith,E.G. , in Pac.Rr.Rep.,II,Art,IIi 

52,1855. 



Cowc River (or Cowecr) CKawoah Tli^et] 
Adain^ Johns ton, Senate ^x. Eoc.l, 32d 



ArroTC del Co^rote 



J cxJl .1 X ♦ 



T'i'3 Aiiza Er[:d. travel i"- S from ^en Fra-nciscc 
Barr toi^ard Monterey, followed do^:--^ ■ ^e Arrc^o 

ft. 

del Ccvote. 



i 'lis r/as seme ais :ace ' -^ 



of ore 



r3achi-nr Ric del Paiaro. —Pedro For.trDiar; . 
Aiiza Exi:d.l775-1775:Pul}s, Acad..P' cif .Ooas- Hist.i 
Vol.3,lIc.l,p.l09,March 1915. 



Coyote, Arroyo del 



[Coyote Creek] 



Creek emptying, into 5 extremity of 



Sa.n Franc icco Bay from the 
^r Cal ifornic 



) 



■J 
IOC-". 



SE. — Giblc:^;^ i ap 



Coyote Creek [Coyote Kivcr] 

River emptying- into S extremity of San 
i^ranciGco Lay from tlie southu^. 

Statutes of Cr^lifomia, 1850, 124, 18C0. 
Cdbbe's Liar of California, 1052 (Arroyo 
del Coyote) . 



See also Rio Calavaros 



Ooyote Ridge 

U.S .Geog. Board, June 



Inyo Co. Oalif. 

7 1911 ^°^°*®' ^'^^^' ^"y° County. Califor- 
♦ * nia, separating Coyote Creek from 

Bishop Creek. v 



Coyotes 



•P.anch ten miles from "wrer Santa Anna, 

rlvnr of the sa,.e name." 
'Kmory, Ililitcary Reconn. Ft. Leuvenv^nrth 
t.o uan Dingo in 1846-47, 119,1848. 

'Statutes of California, 1653, 119, ISf:". 



a torn ratuated on the 

4-- r 



Rancho Los Coyotes 

Rancho in Los Angeles Co., owned 
by Pio Pico and Andres Pico. -• Wm. 
Sixty Years in Calif.. 1631^9^593 
Cisco, 1689. ' 



Calif, 
in^ 1650 

H, Davis, 
San Fran- 



Cozzens 



Sonoma Co.. 



Calif. 



Cozzens [not Cuzzens].. Old ranch,, well known 
in early days, on north side of Dry Creek at 
forks of road about a mile and a half below 
forks of Dry k Warm Springs Creeks. [Exact 
location from County Surveyor, Sonoma Co..]-cmu^. 



PLACE OR THING NAMED 



• PLACE OR- 

e re:*, i 



.' ?y 



iTc 



For what per/on, place, thing or eveTu^a^ this plaTei^rnid? 



-i<^ 



Who first applied the name? 



-Mi 



c 



If known, give date when first applied 



If the name 



tfrstv^pitfeared on a man or in a honU^^lS"^ ♦►,« «..*J!:_<.,x.- 




eared on a map or in a book^ive the a uthor/ 1 Itle^iF^d at/ /C^/ 



, ■^1 ^ .CTL.;:!.. ^ rz^^^>-^.o u^ 7^ 



Are there any other explanations of the ^u7ce of x^^ 



ame? 




Name a 



CALIFORNIA STATE 




GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 



Information on sources _ California Place Names 



and address^ person supplyfng this mformatTo n ^ --Q-^a^U^^y, 



Crescent City 



« o 



' c 



[Crescent City] 
Statutes of California, 1853,201,1853. 
i..ado county seat of Klai..ath County o"an. 
26, 1854. Incorporated as a city April 13, 1854 

Statutes of California, 1854, 173, 19 7, Tse^ 
In 1853 Called Point St. Geoi^e. — Walter 
Vim Dyke, Statement of Recollections on 
'.latters connected with Calif. , MS .Bancroft Lib. 

County seat of Del liorte County, LT/ Call 

•Polit. Code of California, San Francisco 
p. 825, 1897. 



Crocker Flat 



Kern Co* 



Calif. 
U.S.Geofi;. Board. AiDr. 7.1909 ^'°''^" ^^**; ^'■«=^ iy^"& "^o^^iy >" 

o t *^* • ,j.^v/ir Sections 19 and 30, Township 31 



P 3 
South, Range 22 East, Kern county, 

California. 



Crocker Peak 

rocker; Peak. Mono County, Califor- 
nia, latitude 37° 29', longitude n8° 
49- Altitude 12,448 feet. 



Mono Co, 



Calif. 



U.S.Gepg. Board, June 7,1911 



Crosby* 3 River ^^\e.ievv-V'?^<A^>M^^k 

Cro^bv'o River : , Emptier into south side Mono 
Lake.--J.g.V. m the California Scraobook bv 
Oscar T, Shuck, p. 173, San i-rancisco, ]'^ '"^ 



Cucaimon^^^Ti ranch 



I o 



statutes 

Place in 
Bernardino. 



of Cal ifornia, 
Srn Fernardino 



[Cucarion^a] 

1853,119,1853. 
plain ^ of Tan 



Cucaimonga ravine [Cucainonr^;a Canyon] 

•Statutes of Culifoi-nia, 1853,119,1853. 
Canyon in eantorn part of San Gabriel Llomtrdns. 



Cuidad de los Angeles [Los Angeles] Calif. 

Bryant: What I Saw in Calif. 261, S93 
and elsewhere, 1848. [Entries of 1846.] 



^t» Cullborg 

North of Chain I. in Suisun Eav 
on New York of the Pacific; 1850. 



Calif 



nov/ 




^^'^^'^^ [Coloma] 

Tom on S Fork /ii.iorican I^iver ::V- of Flacor- 
villc, n Dorado Co. 

r-tctutos of California, 18c0, 62, IGCO. 

County scat of El Dorado Co-onty in 1851.- 
Statuten of Calif ornia,18;:l, 176, 1851 . 
^^^ Gold^was discovered at Coloma in danuary 
1848 by dpjnes V. Larshall, a carpenter eiaplo^.-ec 

ohn A. Sutter to build r tsp.v >;iii at 
that point on the river. See article 
RYid ! -r-hall in Hu.Wv%.^s^oaiVV.^.xV'f^^^;V'i't'^ 






n. Jn^r 



G 1 



Sutter 



Cully Bull 8tation --Parm on S side I.oyo 
River near its inoutli (purchased by govern 
ment for Indian reservation purposes) . 

E. Steele in Kept Comm. Ind. Affrs. 
for 1863, 404, 1864. 



Culoira See Coloma 



Calif. 



Spelling by Lieut. Buffum in 1850. — 
Buffuir, E. Gould. Six Monthsin the Gold 
Mines, 64, 99-100, Ks-o 



Cut Eye Foster's Bar 

Bar on II Fork Yuba 
from rnoutli. 



Pdver 



[Foster Bar] 
about 5 miles 




^tutcs of California, 1852, 27.0 l^^rp . 



/ 



Calif 



Rancho Cyante 

Rancli, probably near Santa Gmz, owned 
in 1640 by Isaac Graham, who lived at Santa 
Cruz. -- Wm. Heath Davis, Sixty Years in 
Calif., 1631^9, 56, San Francisco , 1869. 



Da ^ett 's Pass 



Pass in Sierra Nevada (alt. 6824 ft.).-- 

Elake,W.P., in Pac.Rr. Rep. ,Y,pt. II, 135,1857. 

Tpr^r.I'?£;^)^-^\'^''^S?,^° Geology cS: Mines of Nevada 
Territory (l^ashoe Silver Region),. Quarterly Journ. 
Geol.ooc.London,pp. 317-328, April 13,1864. 



Daler*s Mill Pal if 

InSE direction from Sutter's Fort. 
Tyson: Geology of Calif. Sen.Doc.47, 31st Cong. 
1st Sess. 12,1850. 



Darwin Creek 

U. S.Gec^. Board, June 



Inyo Co. Clalif. 

7 IQll ^^^^"' Creek, Inyo County, Califor- 
' f-^^-^^ nia, a headwater of Bishop Creek, 

heading in Mt. Fisk. 



Davis t Atherton 



riace on S side Calaveras River 25 miles 



K of Stockton. -Gibbes, Llap of Californi 



Co 



loO^ • 



Daylors 



Place on II side Cosumnes River 12 miles 
from raouth.-.G-ibbes, Map of California, }8r:.2. 



Le adman's Creek 



V/illionson,R.S., map, in P^t. Do 0.129, 33d 



Cone:., 1st. Sess.,XVIII(pt.4), 1855. 

Creek flowin£' into.Lkriposa Ri 



ver from 



the S. 



*•-♦ 



Dead Mountains San Bernardino '^c. 

U.S.GeOe:. Board Mnv ? lOn^ I>ead; mountains, San Bernardino 
.vjou^. DUttra.may <i^iyUO county, Cal. (Not Black.) 



Calif. 



Death Valley 

U.S.Geog.Board,Peb 



Inyo Oo_._ Calif. 

7 lQn/?-^^'''^^^\^''^"^y' ^''^lley, Inyo County, 
f f X7UO Cal. (Not Aniargosa Desert nor 

Lost Valley.) 






LU*^\ij^,.V^^;i^ 




iH^-\( [<^[ 




Deep Creek 



EDeex) Creek] 



Creek emptying into Pi-pi-yuma Creek 
[Kaweah Creek] fror. the SW...WilIirmson,K.S. , 

map, in E-. Doc. 129, 33d. Cong. ,1st. Sesn. ,XVIIl' 
(pt.4),1855. 



Beer Creek 



[Deer Creek] 



^rora t,.c ,,E, about Ifi wiles S of Red Eluff 

Statutes of CalifomiE, 18,^,101,1850. 

house of Fetor Lassen (Ibid). 

Gibbo* Hap of California, 1852. 



Deer Creel 



Ox ^ 



[Door Creek] 

Place on creek of same noiae, little S^ 
^1 Dorado ^^'^^Jl^^^M>sJ^!^^, 

•Stat, of Calif., 1854,222, 1854. 



Deer Crook r^ 

[Deer Creek] 

Crook emptying into YuLa River from the 
I i'^evaaa Countv -iF5fQ+ r^^ n i - x> ■> ^ 

^i^y. otat. Ox Calif., 1854, 222, 18M 



R 







day. 



'J 



•(^^""•im' 



f^ 



)o'^,\'2., 



Fl at 
Jutchings Calif. Ma^., 1, 540, ju,,c, 1857. 

Fork B.ttle Creek, on mi slope Lit. Lassen 
4500 ft.). 



(alt 



::nck'rrith,E.G-., in F.x. Do c. 1 ::9, 3;5q. Cone;, ,1st . 

Sos3.,XYIII(pt.g,Art.5a;58;1855. 

Beckwith,E.G., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,II,Art.II, 

51,1855. 



Point Defiance 



Deer 



Pla,co between lower crossini^ of 

Creek and iVonoh Corral, IJevada Co4.ty.-i5tat 
of Lai If., 1854, 222, 1354. 



Pte, Lelgada 



Point Just south of Cape Mendoci 



no. a 



m 



a.% 



little "below latitude 40 



A 



pl. 3. 1797 



La Pe rouse, Voyage 



Pta.Delgada. Ibid., PI. 15 
Pta. del Gada, PI. 16 



Pie. del Gada, PI . 31 



DeW\o(rcu^ &a>fT^ ci^"\'0 



I'^aV 




x^^^or[ 



n « ^ Cal 



v^oT nx<i.s 



,^^ 



4-^^^ ^^-OL^ ^P t^^^.x^U.C,,,^^ f^ji^ 



>^\^-!^ yjdU^% ^ a^ l^^jdtK\\ Jl S^_ :i^ 



Delgado, Foint 



CPoint Delf^da], 



1 641 ) 



rilkes Erqoed. IJarrative, V, map (dated 



lacing p. 150, 1845. 
Point shown on Y/ilk 



llendocino. 



es map as SE of Cape 






G^-nctal M^Jj 



\'0>vv\: ^W <!_0^^T iWSV Hti^VW of ^C| 



Bel llorte County 



Original county seat Crescent City. 
"Statutes of California, 1857, 35, 1857^ 



Rancho del rey Calif, 

Rancho del rey, mentioned repeatedly by 
Bancroft, was where Salinas city now stands. 
-Bancroft, Hist(W5^=|rf Calif. II, 230 ft. note & 
233, 1885. 



' A 



Depot Camp in the Tejon 

13 mi lea from the surarait 
Marcy: Prairie Traveler, 316, 



CAlif. 
of Tojom Pass. 
N.Y.1859. 



Descanso 



Calif. 



Name on map of San Diego district, 1800-30, 
located in Lower Calif, near coast, consider 
ably south of 33^ lat. and on or near 117^ 
long. -Bancroft,Hist.CeJif. 11.105,1885. 



Destruction River (^ northern oacramento] Calif. 



Name for northern Sacramento given on 
Vfyld's Map of Gold Begion of Calif., 



1849. 



James 
London , 



Devil's Hackle 



Calif 



Nane given to bend in Sacramento I^iver just 
above Colusa.— Wells ard Chambers, History 
of butte County, p.201, 1882. 



Devilwater Creek 

DevilTvater; creek, flowing northeast- 
erly through north half of Tov^rnship 
28 South, Range 19 East, Kern 
county, California. (Not Devil Wa- 
ter.) 



Kern Co. 



Cal i f • 



U.S. (Jeog.Board.Apr.V, 1909 



Devil i7ater Creek Kern Co. 

See Devilwater Creek 



Calif. 



Devil Peak Olark Od. Nevada 

IT ^ riann- T}^«v%/Q M^ i^ Tnio Devil; Peak, near" southern end Spring 
U.b.lTeOg^BOard.NOV^ 6,1912 Mountain, Clark County, Nevada 

and DeC% 4 1912 ^^^^ ^^^ DevH, Olablo Grande, Look- 

^ out, nor Mount Diablo.) 



Devils Gate 



Nevada 



Blake, »k.P,, Notes on Geology & Mines of Nevada 
Territory (Washoe Silver Region) ."tiarterly Journ. 
Geol.bGc. London, pp,317-328,/ipril 13,1864. 



V..' 



Devils Den 

Devils Den; rock formation in Sec- 
tion 20, Township 25 South, Range 
18 East, Kern county, California. 



Kem 06^ Calif 

U.S,G60g»Board,Apr.7,1909 



Devil's Castle 



Hiepri rocks a little W of upT^or Hrcrainento 
River at crossing of boundary between Siskiyou 
and Shasta Counties. 

Statutes of California, 1852, 233,1852. 



Devil's Castle 



Calif. 



^ In oacrairiento canyon.-- Joaquin Miller. Life 
iimon^st the Modocs, p, 259, London 1873. 
Uame as Castle Rock or Castle Crags. J 



Diablo, IJt. 

Peak in the Coast 
alt. 3760 ft."). 



[Mt. DiaLlo] 




\ J. cl u % O ( 







/ 



50 



fi 



KJ 



ohn S. Kit tell, Hutch 
in,357,Fob.,18o9. 

CribbcCs^Lap of Cali,fo 

Tff _• T T ♦ 



ngs Calif.Lia^ 



Will 



l'"^M30n.R 



C•0:^■■^.,1?.^.S 



) 



. Ij 



nap 



niia, 1852 (3765 ft.) 



121 



I "> 



r 



3oc.l29,33d 



V/iliiairison,H.S 



-es3.,XVIII(^t.4),1655ait.D 



iab 



olo) 



inPac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt.l,io,Bj,3 



^^PPle.A.W., inPac.Rr.Rep..in.Art.lil 



59,1356 



I 



Diablo Creek 

Creek in Contra Costa County flowing 
into lleuccs Creek. 

Polit. Code of California, San Frciucisco, 
p. 463, 1897. 



Diablo Grande 

See Devil Peak 



Clark Co 



Calif 




l^M- CCWarV l(o) 



Ht 




11^ ^v()^e Gco\Ae\^. G:aio -- 

■■" "i wiiiii u iiiiiiiiii m ii L ii 



\ T-ei,ci4X 



Monte Diablo 



Calif . 



Major D. H. Vinton. — Senate Ex. Doc. 1, 31st 
Gong. 2d 3ess., pt. II, 251, 1850. 



Diablo, Mt. 






[L't. Diablo] 



Biake,Y/.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt. II, 5,1657. 



Monte de Diablo 



iDiablo Mts.] 



Calif. 



T?>.c^^^^^ °l ^^^^l^inez Straits, B of San 
l^rancisco Bay. 

De Mofras Carte de 1 'Oregon et des 
Californies, etc. Map 16. 1844 
See Sierra de los Bolhnnftg 



Diablo Val ley- 



Blake, W,P., in Pac.Rr .Rep., Y,pt. II, 6^857. 




Dialilfi. CMount Diablo] 



Calif. 



Map of San Francisco Bay Region, from Records 
of Mission San Jose, 1824. 



CaJLh^'i 






y<L^ ^^Jt^ £fii^ 





fZZ. 



y^^^A^C^ 



-^■-^^fet^. 



f ^^-^ y_ 



^ '^^-^-</f-r^^ 



^. 



^ r 




■'^-^V'/^. 



^■<2.*<-n^,e«^ 



-^/^-HfU.'Z^ . 



DiaDio, Monte, valley 



R.S.Williamson, in Pac.Rr.Rep.,Y,pt.I,ll,l8£ 



Diablo Pddpe 

Ilutchii'v^.n Calif.Liac., 111,351,1859. 
Inner coast range from ::t. Diablo south 
(cor.mrising Livcmore and Fachcco Passes). /^^ 

Bialce,W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep. , V,pt..Il,i5y, 
itio? (Diuuio range) . 



Diablo, Punt a 

Point on II shore 

ICelly, Excursion 
265,1651. 



[Point Diablo] 
of Golden Gate. 
to Calif., London, II, 



Diablo Mountains 

U • 8 . Ge og. B oar d , May- 



Kern 
15.1908 



Co. Calif. 

Diablo; range of mountains in Cali- 
fornia extending from Carquinez 
Strait southeast to Antelope Valley 
in northwest Kern County. (Not 
Monte Diablo, Mount Diablo, nor 
Sierra del Monte Diablo.) 




(Contra Costa Co. ) 



Dial?lQ 
Count 
Vol. 



Calif. 



-^^^4^- X^lleyin present Contra Costa 
• w •^^ ^^^*?U» Hutchings' Calif. IW. , 
^'^ 4, p. 166. Oct. 1850. ^ 



No. 



Diamond Springs 



Tv-n.7,''^'' ,'o ^^'^°"^'^° County, already es- 
taolishnd m 1852. 

Hut chinss Cal i f .liag. , 1 1 53, Air . ,1857 

^ -a., of Cal If,, 1854, 222, 223, 1854. 



Dickinson's Ferry 

Ferry at head of naviration on Tuolumne 
River. ^»^.^.\^U^^c^^^^c^^4^ 

'Polit. Code of California, San Francisco 
p. 462, 1897. 



Dicks Creek 



Kine-s 'Jo 



See Avenal O'reek 



Calif 



Dickson Croek 



V 



j UR -f-. 



Creek flowing- into Eel River fr 



of 



01 junction of forks 



on t..c 



California, 185^;. 



-.nil 



^'ItJOOwSj J .(IT) 



Dillon Ft. 



Solano Co, 



Calif 



On Carquinez .'Strait, at "T entrance of 
Southampton Bay. 

^ Called Malek-ad-el Vt. on "inggold's Map 
otraits of Carquines and Yallejo Say, 185C. 



of 



Dinsmore Canyon Santa Barbara Co 
See San Ysidro Canyon 



Calif. 



Disappointment SClouz-lil 



\ ' 



Zloufr)i flowin^z; into E Channel San Joaqui] 

River from the E 5 miles' from mouth.-.Gibbes 
Map of California, 1852. ' 

Ringgold, General Chart of S.F.Bay Reg on to 
Sacrament 0,1 850. 



Disturnell—Map of k'exico 1847 Cincl.Cal if . j 



The western part of this map (from western 
edge of Great Plains to lecif ic__Gcesn ) 
reproduced phot cgra^^ hie ally by U.S. Geological 

Survey, issued-in pocket of U. 3. G. 3. Bull. 689, 

Boundar ies, Areas ,&c._of U.S. by E. k, Douglas , 
192, 



090 



4* ITS' 



Boaks Ferry 

Bay R^ion to Sacmnento.l85of ^ °^ 



above 
S.F. 



Dock 






miles 



Place on ^^ side San Joaquin River 10 



o 01 otockton.-GiVues, Llap of California 



Dogtown =Magalia, Butto Co., Calif. 

with continucis paginlJ vols. are bound together 



Laguna de los Doleres . 



Nta. Sra. de_ loa^ joj Arej_ 

Moraga»s exjedition of 1806 discovered a 
river M of the Merced River 7 or 8 lei/ues. 
They named it Dolores because discovered on 
"theJDolores_gf September. "—P. Pedro Munoz , 
Biary, 1806. i\rch. Sta. Barbara. Vol. 4 p 13 ' 
1806-1821. 

Priestley identifies thi stiver as the 

Tuolun^ne^ 



Arroyo de los DolOr*es P-l-f 

Stream on east side of San Francisco penin- 
SLda, not far south of port of San Francisco. 
Pedro Font:Diai7,Anza iCxpd.l77c-l?76:Pubs. ' 
Acaxi-Pacii.Goast Hist.Vol.3,llo.l,p. ,^,MGh.l91 



O 



•Rio Dolores or Putos Creek [Puta Creek] 

*Cibbs, in Schoolcraft, 111,109,1853. 



Domengine Creek 



Fresno Co, 



Calif. 

Domengine Creek, heading near Joaquin Rocks 
draining southeastern arm of Ragged Valley, 
emptying into San Joaquin Valley, Fresno Co. 
Calif.— U.S.Geog.Board, Mar.6,1912. 



Don George (feme) 



Calif 



TTA rt ■;v^4 



icinity Port Ross. 

De Mofras, Exploration de I'Ore 

Tome U, p. 13, |&. , 



;on, 

4r T*» 



LD onJ^orie TsGhfirnif>V [ 



Don Jorje 'i'schernick 



I 



alif 



See Don George 



Don Pedro's Bar 



Cribbes 



CDon Pedro Bar] 



of Sonora. 



i ^-G.,p oi California, irj52. 
Bar on ^:^uolumnG River, I7V. ,-. 



en ^^ 



Don Pedro's Bar 

On Tuolijjrine river. 
Journal 1849-1850. 224. 



Calif. 
- Aud ubo m : We s te rn 
Cleveland, 1906. 



Dos Hennanos Islands [The Brothers Ids.] 

Two small islands in Contra Costa Coun- 

ty off San Pablo Pm*n+ a^ 
J . ^-^-^^ i^omt, m passage between San 
.^rancisco and San Pablo Bays. 

\Statutes of California. 1350, QO, 1850; 



'^''^^\T5H,\i^\,U^H. 



Dos Piedros ^ v ^ , vi 

Two rocks between which parses the 
K boundary of IJarin County. 



•Statutes of California, 1850, OO, 1850. 






•statutes of California, 1854,121,1654 
(Dos Piedras) . 



Do tan's Bar 



^Bar on IJ Fork iViierican R 
junction with S Fork.-lStat. of C 
1854. 



[Dotons Bar] 
iver above 



o. 



lif., 1854. 222 



ouble Peak 



.ountam 17 miles 'J<CT of 



jC •'- 



n i VI 



iDOGS, hai) of California. 185 



P-O 



) 



•TGK 



•^ 



V' • 



Double Springs 

County Seat, Calaveras County. 

Statutes of California, 1850, 263, 18E0, 

Toid, 1854, 222, ;e£4. 

Place 6 wiles S of •Jackson.-GiVoes, ..ap 
of California. 1852. 



Oxwn. 



Dougherty p os toff ice (aBy known as 

Ju in) 



Calif. 



VQUghgrtY.: On west side of Amador Valley in 
Alameda County. Named from an early ranchman 
who was said to own about 4,000 cattle?»vfifiy 14 
1860, Dougherty's ranch was the scene of a * 
rodeo, where it is said that some 8,000 cattle 
were rounded up.— J.S. Hittell, Hutchinps ' 
Calif. Mag., Vol. 5. No. 4, pp. 165-166;; Oct. 

1860. 



Doi^^lass b. Raney 

Place on S side Calaveras Piver 25 miles 
E of Stockton.. -Gibbes, ..ap of California, 1852. 



Dov.Tiioville 



[DoY/nieville] 



Original county sent of Sierra Count^^ 



.O 



statutes of California,lC5:-, 231, 1852. 
To^Ti in canyon on K bank II Fork Yuba River. 
'Stat, of Calif., 185^1, 222, 1854. 



Bownieville 

Bate a; 



Calif. 
Four Years: on Pacif.Coast, 

, 1657. Lath Ed. 209 & elsewhere, 1856J 



DoYTiingville 



[Do\viiieville] 
GiLbets uap of Galifornia, lf352. 



Dragon Rocks 



Lond 



Cluster of rocks off Point St. Gcorf-c. 
Vancouver, Voyage of Discovery, 1790-95, 
,1,202,1798. (named by Vancouver in 1792)/ 



Drake, Bay of Sir F. [Dr.-kns Bay] 



Bay E of Point do los Poyes [Point 
Royes], 

Vancouver, Voyarn of Di-,covpry, 17^^ 
Lond., Atlas, 1798. 

Gibbe:!:s, L^p of California, 1052 (Sir. 
F. Drake's Bay) . 






Drakes Point Solano Oo. Oalif. 

JJrakes; point between Putnam ,-_,., _, ,,r * t^^ 

Peak and Vacaville, Solano County, U.S .G8Cg% B0ard,Mar*4, 1908 
California. 



Dry Crook Sacramento Go. _ 
See Linda Greek 



(^lif 



Dry Creok 

^^^^^ enptying into Cosurnnes River from 
S, near mouth.-Gibbe^^.Lap of California, 1652. 



Dry Creek 



[Dry Creek] 



Creek flowing into Merced River from 
the II, 10 ,,ii3s from mouth.. -Gibbes, LaT) of 
Caliiornia, 1852. 

Blake, W.P., in Pac.Hr .Rep., V,pt.II,12, 
1857. 



Dry Creek 






1857. 



Blake, W.P., in Pac.Rr.Rep.,V,pt.II,25, 



Dry Creek 



[Dry Creek] 



Creek flowing into Tuolumne Ki 



the H about 15 miles from mouth...Gibbe::s. Lar 
01 California. 1852. 



ver from 
an 



Dry Creek 



[Dry Creek] 



Statutes of California, 1850, 63, 1850. 

Creek traversing present Mador County; 
then forming part of li boundary between Sacra- 
mento ani San Joaquin Counties, and emptying 
into lower Moquelu-ine River. 







^ 



IL^ m ■ *. 



•* H-O/v.^X:;:^... ^okJL &aL<„.,,.J.xJOs . 



Drytovm 



CDrytown] 
Town on Dry Creek, a little MW of Ai-uador 



Aniador County. 
.Stat, of 



Calif., 1654, 222, 1854. 



H. Dubreuil 



Ca 11 f . 



Tributary, Sacramento H. .flowing Y/.; E side, 

De Mofras, Carte de l»Oregon, des Califor- 

nies &c. Gen 'I map. 1844. 

See Sacramento P. 



Duok Valley 

See Lake Valley 



Line In Co. 



/l/euac^ 




Faerto l>jlce Calif. 

On east side of San Francisco Ba,y about if 
leagues m of lower end of bay. -Padro Font- 
Diary, Aiiza Expd. 1775.1776 rPubs.Acad.Pacif.Ooa.t 
Hist.7ol.3,No.l,p,79,March 1913. [k. t^M" s'/^' 



Dmie, Point 



[Point Dunie] 




lied by Vancouver in 1795. 



'''Vancouver 



LoT^4>i 



, v-oyc-v-e of Discovery. 17Q0-n'5 
11,464,1798, & Atlas. V 



Dunn Peak Solano Co/ 
See Dunns Peak 



Calif 



Donns Peak Solano 
U.S.Geog,Board,May 6,190S 






Calif. 

Dunns; peak (jutting into Vaca Val- 
ley, on the east side, midway of the 
valley), Solano County, California. 
(Not Dunn, Parks, nor Smith.) 



Durkee's Fei*ry 



[Durkees Ferry] 



* Ferry on Klar^iath Fdver at junction 

with Trinity River.— Cibbs, in Schoolcraft, III, 
135,145,1853. ' 



Duxbury 



Marin Co. 



Calif. 



« o. ri -D J Tr,,^ R 1Q1A Duxbury; Point and Reef, coast Marin 

U.S.Geog. Board, Jan. 0,1^10 ^^^^^^ California.